A new report from the Art Not Oil group claims to reveal BP’s influence over exhibition content, events and gallery security procedures, with the Museums Association set to investigate.
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New collection displays at Tate Modern when its extension opens in June will feature work by 300 artists from 57 countries, 75% of which have been acquired since 2000.
Controversial corporate sponsorship by oil and gas company set to end in 2017, with campaigners calling for other galleries to follow Tate’s example.
London-based artist to create new work in response to gallery’s neo-classical Duveen Galleries.
Frances Morris, who has been part of the Tate team since joining as a curator in 1987, has been appointed the new director of Tate Modern.
As Phyllida Barlow becomes the 40th artist to join Artist Rooms, it’s announced that a new, dedicated exhibition space for the collection at the Tate Modern extension will debut with work by Louise Bourgeois.
The renowned American artist is to donate one impression of all future prints created in his lifetime to Tate.
Penelope Curtis, director of Tate Britain, is leaving London to take up a new role in Portugal.
Tate has announced the addition of 16 visual arts organisations to its Plus Tate network, including Artes Mundi in Cardiff, The MAC and Golden Thread Gallery in Belfast, and Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh.
A one-day symposium on the visibility and presence of Black subjects in (mostly British) art, 21.02.2015
We were meant to see a performance by Wicked Fish Theatre in Liverpool Museum last Saturday but went on the wrong day! However went with S to Tate Liverpool for an evening visit and saw two Gaudier-Brzeska works on view […]
Considering the nature of capital in the production of objects is a theme that is inherent within artist practice, whether directly or indirectly. This concept relates to everything from the time and materials available to produce work (dictated by sources […]