Articles tagged Tate Modern

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Inspirational lectures add that extra to an exhibition

It is said that the more you know about an artist the better you will appreciate his or her art. This might be true and especially if you get to know more about the artist […]

Artist and Society at Tate Modern

The South Bank of the Thames is one of London’s historic and contemporary hubs for the arts and their creators. Inside what once was a mid-twentieth century power plant, the Tate Modern museum could be […]

Dulwich Park featured in new Tate Modern Turbine Hall‏

Dulwich Park have contributed soil to the Tate Modern’s new Turbine Hall artwork, Hyundai Commission 2015: Abraham Cruzvillegas: Empty Lot. Tate Modern unveiled the inaugural Hyundai Commission in the Turbine Hall by Abraham Cruzvillegas on […]

“Everything is art. Everything is politics” – Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei, who lives and works in Beijing, is arguably one of the most important artists living today, not just for his art, which is varied and can be exquisitely beautiful, but also for his […]

Tate Modern Treats

There are many perks to working along the Southbank, one of my favourite being close proximity to the Tate Modern. This iconic art gallery holds the title for the most visited gallery in the world. […]

Let Your Imagination Soar at Tate Modern

Tate Modern is one of South London’s most famous art museums and for good reason. Walking into the Tate I had no idea what to expect and the building itself was a shock to me […]

Tate Modern Hosts ‘Gerhard Richter: Panorama’

Gerhard Richter: Panorama is an exhibition currently being held at the Tate Modern, in which the European post-war artist uses both abstract and realist works to explore the notion of “needing doubt to see properly.” […]

Map word of mouth spreads south

The South London Art Map, which launched earlier in February this year, is an online art guide, promoting art galleries and studio spaces in south London. With the art scene in other areas of London […]

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