One of the world's most unique art spaces, the Turbine Hall, will host a performance by artist Peter Liversidge entitled "The Bridge"
Almost half of the world-famous gallery's solo rooms are now showcasing works by female artists
Is the new Tate Modern extension pushing London’s art institution further towards being merely a tourist attraction, asks Sarah Jilani?
After a few mishaps in which over-excited children have destroyed art exhibits around the world, Matilda Battersby asks whether there's a place for youngsters at galleries
Photography was never just about depicting the world as it is. From its earliest beginnings to the age of the selfie, the urge to put on a show for the camera has proved irresistible. And it has produced some of the art form's most astonishing images. John Walsh rubs his eyes
Ms Morris has been working for Tate since 1987, long before the capital’s Tate modern was founded in 2000
Karen Wright meets the Guatemalan artist in his temporary studio - the loading bay of Tate Modern in London
Alexander Calder explored an array of subjects and ideas through his finely-balanced mobile sculptures
Tate Modern has ensured another decade of popular large-scale installations in its Turbine Hall – which has hosted work from Ai Weiwei’s porcelain sunflower seeds to Olafur Eliasson’s giant sun – after signing its “largest and longest” sponsorship deal.
The transformation of Tate Britain’s core building will seem effortless to many
The latest makeover won’t make Tate Britain 'cool', but it has become far more welcoming and architecturally elegant
The Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry has attacked Damien Hirst’s work as “hackneyed” and “tatty”. The transvestite potter, 53, who will deliver the BBC Reith Lectures this month, said the “phenomenally successful” artist was playing “a good game”.
UK’s leading attractions managed to shrug off the feared “Olympic drag” on visitor numbers last year, but for those with outdoor spaces it was the freezing weather conditions that took their toll.
Plus: My nomination for best non-snub and the people of Les Misérables are revolting
Tate bosses have apologised "unreservedly" for a ticketing disaster this week which left many fans of German electronic group Kraftwerk unable to see the band after the gallery's website could not cope with demand.