Tate Papers (ISSN 1753-9854) is a peer-reviewed research journal that publishes articles on British and modern international art, and on museum practice today.
Theoretical paper arguing for documentary approaches to the study of art.
Write-up of research project examining the ways in which two of Tate’s 2014 ticketed exhibitions created value for audiences.
Essay focusing on interactions between women artists, exploring how collaboration impacted the work of art and created a feminist politics.
Provides insight into how professionals construct gallery learning programmes, and why these activities can provide transformational experiences, using Tate as a case study.
Riveting analysis of how commercial representation worked for both artist and dealer. Includes details of their contractual arrangements, the type of support that Gimpel Fils offered beyond exhibiting and sales, and the warmth of the relationship. Hepworth is shown to […]
Describes the scope and delivery of Tate’s Digital Strategy to further its mission of promoting public understanding and enjoyment of British, modern and contemporary art.