Casts, lots of casts.
Tate Britain presents the most substantial survey to date of work by Rachel Whiteread, one of the leading artists of her generation. The exhibition reveals the extraordinary breadth of her career over three decades, from the four early...Show More Summary
Thomas Girtin: The Art of Watercolour was an exhibition held at Tate Britain in 2002 (4 July - 29th September 2002). It was the exhibition that inspired David Hockney to take up watercolour after he... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
This autumn, Tate Britain will bring together over 100 beautiful works by Monet, Tissot, Pissarro and others in the first large-scale exhibition to chart the stories of French artists who sought refuge in Britain during the Franco-Prussian War. Show More Summary
This is an explanation of what you can see at the Prints and Drawings room at Tate Britain and what you need to do if you want to visit. Plus a note about archival storage at the end. What you can... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
The Hero Wears Clay Shoes is the latest free exhibition in Tate Britain?s ongoing Art Now series, presenting new and recent works by the Leeds-based artist Simeon Barclay (b.1975). The exhibition brings together a collection of multimedia...Show More Summary
Walter Crane (1845-1915) by Nicole Ameda Via Flickr: The Renaissance of Venus, 1877 Tate Britain Walter Crane (15 August 1845 – 14 March 1915) was an English artist and book illustrator.
A fund will also be set up in the young artist’s name.
In collaboration with London?s Tate Britain and the Metropolitan Museum of New York, the Centre Pompidou presents the most comprehensive retrospective ever devoted to the work of David Hockney. The exhibition celebrates the artist?sShow More Summary
Tate Britain today announced that its David Hockney retrospective received 478,082 visitors. This makes it the most visited exhibition ever held at the gallery on Millbank, either in its time as the Tate Gallery or since it became Tate Britain in 2000. Show More Summary
“On Wednesday Tate said it received 478,082 visitors. That averages at 4,300 visitors each day. Almost 35,000 advance tickets were sold before it even opened, more than any other show in Tate history. Demand to see it led to Tate Britain opening until midnight on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of its final weekend.“
At the end of last year, the Tate Britain museum in London announced that it had accepted the gift of a significant John Singleton Copley painting from 1776, saying: The Fountaine Family shows how Copley adapted his style to the British...Show More Summary
Although Tate Britain’s survey is a strong attempt to represent queer experiences, certain gaps emerge in the narrative. The post 100 Years of Queer British Art, from Fin de Siècle Aesthetics to Performative Dandyism appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The call for donations to buy a sailboat for the Tate group’s departing director angered employees and highlighted concern over widening inequality in Britain.
IMG_2635L Robert Bevan. 1865-1925. The cab Horse. Le cheval de cab. 1910 Londres Tate Britain. by jean louis mazieres Via Flickr: Robert Bevan. 1865-1925. The cab Horse. Le cheval de cab. 1910 Londres Tate Britain. (b Hove, Sussex, 5 Aug. 1865; d London, 8 July 1925). British painter and lithographer.
Queer British Art is now on at Tate Britain. So now is a timely moment to explore these visionaries’ history and former stomping grounds... starting with the Bloomsbury Group's East Sussex country retreat.