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How can a museum attempt to conserve a performance? Join members of Tate’s Time-Based Media Conservation team, curators and researchers from Tate’s Reshaping the Collectible Research team as they…
Featuring rare archive footage, this short film follows Leonora Carrington’s cousin and journalist, Joanna Moorhead, exploring the artist’s story.
'Nameless and Friendless' was painted in 1857 by Emily Mary Osborn. It captures a single woman trying, and failing, to earn a living as an artist in Victorian England.
A visionary painter, printmaker and poet, William Blake created some of the most iconic images in the history of British art and has remained an inspiration to artists, musicians, writers and…
Discover how painter Frank Bowling creates dazzling, dripping compositions of colour. Frank Bowling was born in Guyana and moved to London to study Fine Art at the Royal Academy. To this day he…

LIVERPOOL.- Tate Liverpool presents the first major exhibition in the UK of American artist Keith Haring (1958–1990).

Performance art relates to artworks that are created through actions performed by the artist or other participants, which may be live or recorded, spontaneous or scripted.
The Tate explores how it is no longer useful to think of Vincent van Gogh's talent as a result of his poor mental health.