Tate boss Maria Balshaw has urged the Government to end the “dire lack” of arts resources in state schools.
One of the many highlights in the recently reopened Aberdeen Art Gallery is the Le Passeur (The Ferryman) by William Stott, of Oldham, on loan from the Tate.
The long-awaited fit-out of Aberdeen Art Gallery is expected to begin next month, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Watercolours by the late artist and campaigner Sylvia Pankhurst – “rare portraits of working-class women” from the early 20th century – have been bought by the Tate.
Tate boss Maria Balshaw has called for the arts to be at the “core of education provision” in UK schools.
The artist who drew huge crowds by installing a “giant sun” at Tate Modern is returning to the venue.
Paintings by JMW Turner and John Constable have been reunited more than 180 years after their pairing caused a spat between the two British artists.
Tate galleries are to offer £5 exhibition tickets for 16 to 25-year-olds to encourage more young people to visit, it has been announced.
Tate Britain is usually associated with high art, but it is covering its facade with off-the-shelf decorations and Santa Stop Here signs for Christmas.
A portrait of Lucian Freud by the painter’s friend Francis Bacon is going on display for the first time in half a century.