Tate Modern

Photography

Wolfgang Tillmans On Why Brexit Is the Most Monumental Event in Modern History

The photographer took us around his landmark new exhibition at the Tate, "2017".
Amelia Abraham
2.15.17
Art

The Guerrilla Girls' Readymade Guide to Resistance

The girls behind the gorilla masks share their learnings on activism and feminism.
Sami Emory
11.19.16
Art

The Best Museums of the World In a Blink of an Eye

Check out this visual, animated reminder that museums are works of art themselves.
Diana Shi
10.8.16
Art

Floating Fish Invade Tate Modern's Turbine Hall

A vast exhibition space gets filled with surreal soundscapes and moving sculptures for French artist Philippe Parreno's 'Anywhen.'
Kevin Holmes
10.4.16
Film

Petra Collins Reimagines Georgia O'Keeffe's Life and Work in Feminist Short Film

The filmmaker pays homage to the great American painter in a video for the Tate Modern.
Francesca Capossela
7.20.16
Art Changes

Art Changes: Celia Hempton

Co-created with TATE to celebrate the opening of the new Tate Modern.
Darren Flook co-created with Tate
6.20.16
Art

Adolf Trump & Albino Gorilla Suits: Last Week in Art [Basel Edition]

Art Basel heralded the usual influx of wacky installations, celebrity sightings, and clickbait headlines (guilty).
Sami Emory
6.20.16
Art Changes

​Art Changes: Ryan Gander

Co-created with TATE to celebrate the opening of the new Tate Modern.
Darren Flook co-created with Tate
6.13.16
Stuff

I Took Siri on a Date to See If Machines Can Love

I wanted to see if I could fall for my phone's most neglected feature.
Joe Bish
6.3.16
Art

A New Exhibition Explores the Art of Performing for the Camera

The Tate Modern explores a range of body photography, from selfies to Yves Klein performances captured on film.
Catherine Chapman
2.25.16
Art

Leonardo DiCaprio Did Not Paint the Mona Lisa: Last Week in Art

No, Fox News. Just no.
Sami Emory
9.28.15
Stuff

Austerity is Killing British Culture and Creativity

We asked Robert Hewison, author of <i>Cultural Capital: The Rise and Fall of Creative Britain</i> about the value of the arts and how cuts to funding are threatening the UK's cultural life.
Angus Harrison
1.16.15
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