tate

4.5.18

I Ate Like Picasso in Hope of Becoming an Artistic Genius

To mark its major new Picasso exhibition, London’s Tate Modern gallery is serving a menu inspired by the artist’s favourite foods, including bean stew and rabbit leg.

10.23.17

I Let My Instagram Followers Dictate My Life and Ended Up 250 Miles from Home

Via a Scientology centre and a private drinks event at the Tate.

11.30.16

6 Mesmerizing Videos of Museum Practitioners at Work | Conservation Lab

Watch conservators restore a vandalized Rothko, submerge a Dickens manuscript in water, and preserve Lonesome George—the iconic Galapagos tortoise—for generations to come.

11.2.16

London's Young People Respond to the Tate Britain Collection

Late at Tate Britain presents exhibits created by young people for young people.

9.6.16

Experience British Art with Artificial Intelligence Technologies

Tate Britain launched an AI program as a new way of viewing its collection.

6.28.16

Art Changes: Dora Maurer

Co-created with TATE to celebrate the opening of the new Tate Modern.

Advertisement
6.20.16

Art Changes: Celia Hempton

Co-created with TATE to celebrate the opening of the new Tate Modern.

6.13.16

​Art Changes: Ryan Gander

Co-created with TATE to celebrate the opening of the new Tate Modern.

4.10.16

What’s It Going to Take for the British Art World to Stop Cosying Up to Big Oil?

We went down to a protest exhibit at the British Museum to find out whether anyone still cares about BP's relationship with our cultural institutions.

4.24.15

Big Oil Needs to Stay Out of Britain's Cultural Institutions

So it's a good job that campaigners are working on getting BP and Shell out of the Tate, the National Portrait Gallery, the British Museum and the Royal Opera House.

12.22.14

Komp-LaintDept. – Manson vs. Mormon and the Brides of Frankenstein

What's the connection between the Mormon Church's founder, Joseph Smith and the geriatric but still notorious and imprisoned Charles Manson? There are lots of them.

11.25.14

The Internet Has Changed the Way We Remember War

I spoke to Tate curator Simon Baker about 'Conflict, Time, Photography,' a new exhibition featuring the work of Don McCullin, Simon Norfolk and Chloe Dewe Mathews.

0102