In the Gallery

We Are The Future

Watch some of our collaborators past and present reflect on what art means to them

We brought some past Tate Collective collaborators back to our galleries, and invited them to bring someone they think is one to watch in their creative field. With our Tate Collective Producers, we think these people represents the future of art and creativity.

Meet the cast

Abondance Matanda

Abondance Matanda, writer. BBZ's one to watch.

Caleb Femi

Caleb Femi, poet & writer. Performed at Late at Tate Britain 2015.

Loyle Carner

Loyle Carner, rapper. Performed at Loud Tate 2014.

Tamara Macarthur

Tamara Macarthur, artist. Eliza Hopewell's one to watch.


Flohio, rapper. Performed at Late at Tate Britain 2016.

Joey Yu

Joey Yu, illustrator and Tate Collective Producer since 2013.

Hannah Hill

Hannah Hill, embrodery artist and Tate Collective Producer since 2012.

Eliza Hopewell

Eliza Hopewell, artist. Workshop at Late at Tate Britain 2018.

Kate Rolison

Kate Rolison, embroidery artist. Hannah Hill's one to watch.


noiamreiss, illustrator. Joey Yu's one to watch.

Barney Artist

Barney Artist, rapper. Loyle Carner's one to watch.

Naeem Davis

Naeem Davis, BBZ, collaborators since 2016.

Tia Simon Campbell

Tia Simon Campbell, BBZ, collaborators since 2016.

Yewande Odunubi

Yewande Odunubi, BBZ, collaborators since 2016.

Hapreet Uppal, artist.  Soofiya Andry's one to watch.

Hapreet Uppal, artist. Soofiya Andry's one to watch.

Callum Crighton

Callum Crighton, musician. Performed at Pop Art Party 2017.

Manor the Latekid

Manor the Latekid, sound artist. Caleb Femi's one to watch.

Soofiya Andry

Soofiya Andry, artist. Collaborator since 2017.

Tate Collective Producers

Tate Collective Producers, established 1994.

Munroe Bergdorf

Model and activist Munroe Bergdorf. Panellist at BBZ x Tate, 2017.

Film stills from We Are The Future, portraits by Rosie Matheson and Munroe Bergdorf by Luke Nugent.

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