Tate Britain

Decking halls with boughs of holly – and 30,000 lights – is one thing many of us have done this season.
Appearing on Channel 4 News, he said: “She was a young black woman making her way in this country. “She’d done amazing things
Read more on The Huffington Post A Tate staff member, who is hired through Securitas, told the Guardian: “The chasm that
Laura Knight, Self-portrait, 1913 So who needs a queer art show? The simple answer is anyone who likes art. For far too long
As any art fan knows, traipsing from gallery to gallery is no walk in the park, and it takes its toll on the legs, and stomach. So here's my pick of the best Gallery Restaurants in London where you can satisfy both eyes and appetite in one go.
With its focus on British artists in the 1960s and 1970s, Conceptual Art in Britain 1964-1979 at Tate Britain sets out to
What first hits you about Frank's paintings is the texture. These are canvases thick with oils. Layers of paint built up and scraped down, the artist always editing and correcting himself, painting over what he saw a moment ago with what he sees now. And doing this hundreds of times.
Barbara Hepworth was inspired by her landscape. She loved how she was carving out stones and wood that nature had already shaped before her. Her pieces are nurturing, soulful, and seem so inextricably linked to the earth. What a shame therefore that the dusty cases and bare walls are a million miles away from the protective landscapes she so admired.