Tate Britain


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Cryptocurrencies enter the British art market; Chris Ofili's Union Black flies again; 2017 Henri Cartier-Bresson Award announced

Frieze collaborates with Tate Britain, National Gallery, RCA, Sketch Gallery, Studio Wayne McGregor and ICA on the 2017 marketing campaign
Henry Scott Tuke, The Critics, 1927, oil on board, 41 x 51 cm. Courtesy: Warwick District Council, Leamington Spa

Tate Britain, London, UK

By Mark Sladen
Henry Scott Tuke, The Critics, 1927. Courtesy: Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum (Warwick District Council)


5 Apr
1 Oct
The Wanderer, 2011, Film still

Slippages and the peculiarities of language; its problems and potential

By Nick Aikens

Tate Britain, London, UK

By Jonathan Griffin
Dee's Field (Sack), 2006, photograph, 32x50 cm. Courtesy: Matt's Gallery, London

Human cameras, fortune tellers, unreliable memories – in Lindsay Seers’ work, the truth is not what it seems

By Tom Morton

Bohemianism, grass-roots activism, urban regeneration and the voices of the dead

By Melissa Gronlund
John Latham's Flat Time House, London (2008)

The home of John Latham, one of Britain’s most radical artists, has opened to the public two years after his death

By Martin Herbert
Veronica Bailey, Russell's Modern Europe (2008)

Tate Britain, London, UK

By Brian Dillon