Tag Archive: Tate Britain

David Hockney’s masterpiece at Christie’s

  In its November Evening Sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art, Christie’s will sell one of the most significant paintings of the 20th Century: David Hockney’s Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures), 1972. The… Continue reading

Penelope Curtis

  Penelope Curtis took over the exhibition programme and curation of the prestigious Lisbon post of the Gulbenkian Foundation in 2015. The Oxford-University and Courtauld graduate previously worked at Tate Gallery Liverpool when… Continue reading

Superflex invade Tate’s Turbine Hall

Danish art collective – Jakob Fenger, Rasmus Nielsen and Bjørnstjerne Christiansen – create artworks that challenge capitalism, social engagement and climate change. They’ve been commissioned by Tate to create an experiential work for… Continue reading

IMPRESSIONIST ARTISTS IN EXILE (1870-1904) at Tate Britain

  Next November, Tate Britain will present over 100 remarkable works by Monet, Tissot, Pissarro and more Impressionist artists in the first large-scale exhibition to chart the stories of French artists who sought… Continue reading

Queer British Art at Tate Britain, London

Tate Britain currently presents the first exhibition dedicated to “queer British art” if one wants to fall into such categorization. The show will remain on view until 1st October 2017 and features artists such… Continue reading

Picasso’s greatest works will be brought together at Tate Modern in 2018

Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy, Tate Modern’s first solo exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s work ever staged, will open on 8 March 2018 in the Eyal Ofer Galleries. Curated by Achim Borchardt-Hume, Director of… Continue reading

Paul Nash is celebrated at Tate Britain

Renowned as a war artist in both the First and Second World Wars, the exhibition further reveals Nash’s work from his earliest drawings through to his final visionary landscapes. Nash was fascinated with… Continue reading

Tate Modern inaugurates the Switch House and celebrates female artists

Herzog & de Meuron signed the architecture of the Tate Modern’s anticipated extension. Tate Modern was a powerhouse when architects the architects took the site over in 1995, to turn it into a fantastic museum which soon… Continue reading

Pablo Bronstein: Historical Dances in an Antique Setting at Tate Britain

  The world’s a stage and Pablo Bronstein demonstrates it once again with the performance he has choreographed for Tate Britain, running until October 2016. Dancers are sometimes moving, sometimes pausing, striking a… Continue reading

Queer British Art to open at Tate Britain

David Hockney’s Model with Unfinished Self-Portrait, 1977. Photograph: Private collection Tate Britain’s 2017 programme will open with the first UK show to focus exclusively on queer British art, marking the 50 year anniversary of the… Continue reading