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Did you know that Tate Britain is home to the largest collection of works by J.M.W. Turner?

The Turner Gallery at Tate Britain displays some of his most famous artworks— admission is free!

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Joseph Mallord William Turner, The Shipwreck exhibited 1805, Tate Collection
Did you know that Tate Britain is home to the largest collection of works by JMW Turner
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Is there a colour you always find yourself drawn to?

Patrick Caulfield, Pottery 1969, Tate Collection

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05/21/2017 at 19:04. Facebook
Feel the impact of Louise Bourgeois’s intense psychological insight through the artworks in her ARTIST ROOMS exhibition at Tate Modern: [ Goo.gl Link ]

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Feel the impact of Louise Bourgeoiss intense psychological insight through the artworks
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05/21/2017 at 15:11. Facebook
ART WORDS: The Khartoum School was a modernist art movement formed in Sudan in 1960 that sought to develop a new visual vocabulary to reflect the distinctive identity of the newly independent nation.

As one of the most active contributors to the growth of modern art in Africa, the group was known for its use of primitive and Islamic imagery. One of its distinctive characteristics was the use...
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05/20/2017 at 18:54. Facebook
Tickets for Fahrelnissa Zeid’s first major retrospective are now on sale!

Secure your tickets to rediscover one of the greatest female artists of the 20th century.

Opening 13 June at Tate Modern. Book now: [ Goo.gl Link ]

Fahrelnissa Zeid Untitled (Brighton 9 June 1949) 1950 Sevtap and Tolga Kabataş Collection © Raad bin Zeid
Tickets for Fahrelnissa Zeid’s first major retrospective are now on sale
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05/20/2017 at 15:37. Facebook
Artist and former Turner Prize winner Richard Deacon playfully answers the question ‘where do ideas come from?’
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05/19/2017 at 18:48. Facebook
‘Hybrid creatures often stalk the realms of queer imagination…Such creatures of the wilds embody the promise of sensuality untrammelled by human social conventions.’ - Alex Pilcher

Discover a queer reading of art history through Gyn Philpot's Repose on the Flight into Egypt: [ Goo.gl Link ]
Hybrid creatures often stalk the realms of queer imaginationSuch creatures of the
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05/19/2017 at 15:51. Facebook
This weekend Tate Weather predicts the unpredictable with clouds, rain & sunshine ahead – we have our fingers crossed for a rainbow!

John Constable, Hampstead Heath with a Rainbow 1836, Tate Collection
This weekend Tate Weather predicts the unpredictable with clouds rain sunshine ahead
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05/18/2017 at 19:13. Facebook
Has art, music or literature ever directly inspired your own creative work?

John William Waterhouse, The Lady of Shalott 1888, Tate Collection – illustrating Lord Alfred Tennyson’s famous poem of the same name.
Has art music or literature ever directly inspired your own creative work
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05/18/2017 at 15:33. Facebook
Have you ever wondered ‘How Hockney am I?’

Find out when you take this handy quiz on the new Tate Kids website: [ Goo.gl Link ]
Have you ever wondered ‘How Hockney am I’
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05/17/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
★★★★★ ‘Those strange, gangling striders that stalk the realms of our psyche, ranked in rows, stripped to their essence - to some fundamental humanity that has outlasted everything.’ – The Times

How would you describe Giacometti's work?

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Giacometti working on the plaster sculpture for The Walking Man, 1958. Photograph from the Ernst Schiedegger archive.
Those strange gangling striders that stalk the realms of our psyche
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05/17/2017 at 16:15. Facebook
Have you signed up to Tate emails yet? This week we explored Queer British Art 1861–1967 at Tate Britain – from just announced events to exclusive digital content.

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William Strang Lady with a Red Hat 1918 Lent by Glasgow Life (Glasgow Museums) on behalf of Glasgow City Council. Purchased 1919
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05/16/2017 at 19:09. Facebook
Closing this Sunday! The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography From the Sir Elton John Collection.

Don’t miss the chance to see one of the world’s greatest private collections of photography.

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Dorothea Lange Migrant Mother 1936 The Sir Elton John Photography Collection / © for this work belong to the LOC / Public Domain
Closing this Sunday The Radical Eye Modernist Photography From the Sir Elton
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05/16/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
WORK OF THE WEEK: Vanessa Bell was an English artist who was a prominent member of the Bloomsbury Group. Bell often painted flowerpieces and frequently used flowers in her interior decorative work. Stylised flowers are a dominant theme in the dust jackets she designed for books written by her sister, Virginia Woolf.

Bell rejected the brighter colours she’d used before the war, and in the...
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05/15/2017. Facebook
TATE TALKS: Discuss & debate the powerful role of queer advocacy within the visual arts [ Goo.gl Link ]

Keith Vaughan, Drawing of two men kissing 1958–73, Tate Archive © DACS, The Estate of Keith Vaughan
TATE TALKS: Discuss debate the powerful role of queer advocacy within the visual arts
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05/15/2017. Facebook
'Focusing isn't just an optical activity, it is also a mental one.' - Bridget Riley

Bridget Riley, Cantus Firmus, 1972–3, Tate Collection
'Focusing isn't just an optical activity it is also a mental one' Bridget Riley
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05/14/2017. Facebook
Visit Tracey Emin and William Blake: In Focus at Tate Liverpool, in a free exhibition exploring the two artists' shared concern with birth, death and spirituality. [ Ow.ly Link ]

William Blake, Pity c. 1795, Tate Collection
Visit Tracey Emin and William Blake In Focus at Tate Liverpool in
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'Colour hides a power still unknown but real, which acts on every part of the human body.' - Wassily Kandinsky

Wassily Kandinsky, Lake Starnberg 1908
Colour hides a power still unknown but real which acts on every
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05/13/2017. Facebook
Tell us one place you'd love to travel to.

John Singer Sargent, The Piazzetta, Venice c.1904, Tate Collection
Tell us one place you'd love to travel to
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05/13/2017. Facebook
ART WORDS: 'Brücke' was a German expressionist group founded in Dresden in 1905 which developed a radical anti-traditional style, characterised by vivid non-naturalistic colour and emotional tension. Brücke means bridge and may have been intended to convey the idea of a bridge between the artist and society at large. [ Ow.ly Link ]

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