Tate Lates are inviting you to join their night in
With a programme including talks from Kara Walker and Wolfgang Tillmans, and a set by Floating Points, the London gallery has your Friday night all planned out.
7 things Andy Warhol pioneered beyond pop art
From FOMO to social media, here are all the ways we're living in a Warhol world today.
The Tate Galleries are temporarily closing to the public
Coronavirus claims its next victim.
A new Tate retrospective showcases Andy Warhol’s unseen works
Aside from well-known classics, the exhibition features drawings once deemed "too provocative" and celebrates the artist’s contribution to the queer community.
Tate Modern just announced a new Yayoi Kusama exhibition
Opening this spring in London, the world’s top-selling living female artist will be part of the gallery's 20th birthday celebration.
the best things to watch, see and do this week in the uk
Get your indispensable gui-De to leisure action, with our culture highlights of the week.
sarah lucas discusses the work of revolutionary sculptor franz west
We sat down with Sarah ahead of the opening of the Franz West retrospective at the Tate.
joan jonas has been a pioneer her entire life
As her retrospective opens at the Tate Modern, we spent time with the art icon at her New York home.
an exclusive look at sister zine ahead of its launch at tate modern
Launching with an event at the Tate Modern this Saturday, the new Sister Magazine celebrates confident, outspoken women.
solange just shared an interactive digital art project for the tate modern
The digital dossier entitled Seventy States was created in conjunction with the London gallery’s new exhibition, Soul Of A Nation: Art In The Age Of Black Power.
say it loud: women, art and black power
With a new show at the Tate Modern celebrating the work made by African American artists during the Black Power movement of the 60s, we spoke to some of the women who channelled their activism into art.
how did wolfgang tillmans become one of the defining photographers of his generation?
As his second Tate retrospective draws to a close this weekend, award-winning artist, photographer and musician Wolfgang Tillmans reflects on the politics, photography, and musical endeavours that have defined the last fifteen years of his career.