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Queer Cornwall: Marlow Moss, Gluck and Ithell Colquhoun in Lamorna | Tate

Lamorna is a small village on the Cornish coast, in the far southwest of England. The expansive skies and landscapes of the area have...

A Year in Art: Australia 1992 | Tate

In 1992 the High Court of Australia delivered a landmark ruling known as the ‘Mabo decision’. It overturned ‘terra nullius’, a Latin expression meaning...

Life of an Artwork: Belshazzar’s Feast, the Writing on Your Wall by Susan Hiller | Tate

Susan Hiller created her video installation Belshazzar’s Feast after reading newspaper coverage about people who had witnessed ghostly apparitions and mysterious messages on their...

Heather Phillipson – ‘I have no fixed starting point, only accumulation’ | Tate

Heather Phillipson’s work often involves collisions of wildly different imagery, materials and media. Here she shares the inspiration behind her work and delves into...

Artist Vivienne Binns – “Waiting for Those Little Moments of Inspiration” | Tate

Australian artist Vivienne Binns is known for a diverse stylistic approach in a career that spans painting and community activism over the course of...

Shirin Neshat – ‘Dreams Are Where Our Fears Live’ | Tate

Iranian visual artist Shirin Neshat uses film, video, and photography to explore issues of gender and identity, with a particular focus on women's relationships...

Reframed: Steam Down perform Empower | Inspired by Samuel Fosso | Tate Collective

Band and collective Steam Down perform their single 'Empower' in response to Samuel Fosso's 'African Spirits'. ‘Reframed’ is a Tate Collective project exploring how...

Steam Down on Samuel Fosso, empowerment and the power of sound | Reframed | Tate Collective

Ahnansé of Steam Down explores empowerment through the work of Samuel Fosso. ‘Reframed’ is a Tate Collective project exploring how art and music can combine...

Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors

We're delighted to share an intimate tour of this exhibition, guided by the voices of Tate St Ives Director and curator Anne Barlow, Assistant...
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