Jake Chapman discusses reinventing Goya's Disasters of War masterpiece in their Insult to Injury series
Francis Bacon’s friend and assistant recalls the time he accidentally destroyed one of the artist’s finished works
TateShots explore the materials and ground-breaking technique behind the sculpture of Barbara Hepworth
Artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah discusses how he navigates between the gallery and cinema, what compelled him to make his 2015 work Vertigo Sea, and the influence of Andrei Tarkovsky.
We delve into the Tate Archive and discover Barbara Hepworth’s letters written from her studio in St Ives
American conceptual artist Mary Kelly discusses how feminism informed her seminal work Post-Partum Document 1973-79 and the origins of her lint technique
Pioneer of Pop and master of collage Peter Blake invites us into his studio
We look at the inspiration and process behind Agnes Martin’s emotive and abstract work
Gustav Metzger reflects on his long and influential career
Explore Victorian Sculpture through the art of touch
French dancer and choreographer Boris Charmatz transforms Tate Modern into a Museum of Dance for one weekend only.
Novelist Colm Tóibín discusses the short story he wrote inspired by the art of Marlene Dumas
As we anticipate Sarah Lucas’ 2015 Venice pavilion we take a look back over her eclectic career