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  1. Article
    Susan Holtham

    Have only 20 minutes to spare and need a quick art fix? Catch Constable and peruse the Pre-Raphaelites on our highlights tour of must-see artworks...

  2. Article
    Jack O’Halloran

    Almost 100 years ago, in 1915, Kazimir Malevich exhibited his first Black Square painting. The artwork has become one of the most recognisable...

  3. Blog
    21 October 2014
    Gayle Meikle

    Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Art Centre, is located in the main settlement of North Uist part of the Hebrides and a group of islands called the...

  4. Video: Interview
    20 October 2014
    Length: 00:03:00

    Legendary Queen guitarist Brian May explains his obsession with Victorian stereoscopic photographs

    Part of the series: TateShots
  5. Article
    Simon Grant

    The Swiss mountain known as the Rigi, overlooking Lake Lucerne and its surrounding valleys, was a subject to which Turner returned many times. It...

  6. Article

    Every year Tate is able to buy a selection of art works from the Frieze Art Fair in London’s Regent’s Park, thanks to the support of the Outset...

  7. Article

    Queen guitarist and astrophysicist Brian May is lending some of his collection of stereoscopic Victorian photographs to a new Tate Britain display....

  8. Article
    Carol Jacobi

    Many artists, such as Leonardo da Vinci, understood that the world appears to us in three dimensions because our two eyes see from two...

  9. Blog
    15 October 2014
    Emily Fildes

    Today we’ve quietly soft-launched our new website feature: Albums, a new tool which will let you group together art from our collection, add your...

  10. Article
    Raphael Oyelade

    Art galleries and museums, as well as policy makers and educationalists, often talk about the need to encourage new young audiences through their...

  11. Video: Interview
    14 October 2014
    Length: 00:02:30

    Richard Tuttle unveils his largest ever work in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern

    Part of the series: TateShots
  12. Article
    Lucy Howarth

    Marlow Moss’s works are held worldwide in collections both private and public, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Israel Museum...

  13. Article

    We take a look at the life of the eccentric and experimental artist, whose work is currently on show at Tate Modern

  14. Video: Interview
    9 October 2014
    Length: 00:03:59

    Tap dancing robots, a melting wax house, supernatural experiences and much more.

    Part of the series: TateShots
  15. Video: Talks and lectures
    8 October 2014
    Length: 01:21:17

    An evening of discussion between multiple award-winning architect Zaha Hadid and Achim Borchardt-Hume, Head of Exhibitions at Tate Modern and...

  16. Audio: Talks and lectures
    8 October 2014

    Considering Hadid’s concept of architecture and its relationship to space and the city, this conversation reflects on Malevich’s Architektons, as...

  17. Blog
    7 October 2014
    Sara Carter

    A student exhibition held in the Sculpture Court of the Edinburgh College of Art is not a rarity and neither is an opening night reception. But...

  18. Article
    Jonathan P Watts

    The work of JMW Turner has influenced a wide range of cinematographers, filmmakers and artists working with film over the decades, including Jack...

  19. Video: Artists' voices
    6 October 2014
    Length: 00:01:58

    Turner Prize 2014 nominees share a piece of advice for younger artists

    Part of the series: Tate Collectives
  20. Video: Talks and lectures
    2 October 2014
    Length: 01:20:37

    Who do artists think they are? What myths are they rejecting and propagating? What is the social role of artists in different countries around the...

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