Black Obsidian Sound System criticized Tate’s alleged censorship of a Black artist and the ongoing struggles of its workers.
Workers across all departments are being encouraged to accept voluntary redundancies, including offers for early retirement, reduced working hours, or a career break.
Hito Steyerl, Michael Rakowitz, and Forensic Architecture are among 300 signatories asking Tate to reconsider cutting 313 jobs in its shops, cafes, and restaurants.
Kara Walker upends the Tate Modern with a massive fountain, renewing the debate about the nature of public monuments in the heart of violent empire.
This publication is devoted to post-war American art in Tate’s collection, revealing the richness and complexity of the museum’s involvement with art from the United States during this period.
The major decision comes just days after London’s National Portrait Gallery decided to not accept a $1.3 million donation from the Sackler Trust.
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Paula Rego, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Maria Bartuszová, and Haegue Yang will take center stage at the museum in 2020 and 2021.
When a rare portrait by one of Britain’s first professional female artists went up for sale two years ago, auctioneers assumed it was the work of a man.
Art history repeats itself in contemporary photojournalism.
Last month, BP announced that it will end its 26-year-long sponsorship of Tate.
Energy giant BP will cease its sponsorship of Tate in 2017.
The widely beloved open world video game of Minecraft will now offer a new activity for its players to explore: interactive artworks presented by the Tate, the third installment of which was just released last week.