1 October 2018
Cuban Artist Tania Bruguera has opened, today 1 October the third presentation of the highly ambitious Tate Exchange programme alongside this year’s Hyundai Commission, also created by the artist.
21 February 2018
Tate has announced that Tania Bruguera will create the next annual Turbine Hall, Hyundai Commission (formally the Unilever Commission). Tania is best-known for her politically-engaged projects and activism, Bruguera makes work that addresses institutional power, borders and migration.
12 December 2017
I guess if you’re Danish snowy weather is no problem when it comes to an interactive installation that requires swings and the great outdoors.
31 July 2017
Bruce Nauman is the latest artist to be given a solo exhibition as part of the Artist Rooms series of annual free exhibitions.
Tate Modern has unveiled the inaugural Hyundai Commission which replaces the Unilever Commission in the Turbine Hall by Abraham Cruzvillegas. The first in a new series of annual site-specific commissions by renowned international artists, Empty Lot is a large new sculpture provoking questions about the city and nature, as well as wider ideas of chance, change, and […]
Mexican artist Abraham Cruzvillegas wants to fill Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall with dirt, or soil to be more precise. The artist is going to acquire a very large amount of top soil, so that he can create a large-scale installation with a horticultural element for the Turbine Hall. Cruzvillegas will undertake the inaugural Hyundai Commission […]
Richard Tuttle, ‘I Don’t Know, Or The Weave of Textile Language’ will be the largest survey of work ever held in the UK, by the renowned US artist Richard Tuttle (b.1941). Comprising an exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery plus a large-scale sculpture in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall and a new publication. Richard Tuttle came to […]
50th anniversary sees Goethe Institut – for Anglo-German cultural exchange – throw open its doors to newly renovated premises, and its cash at 2012 blockbuster exhibitions The historic building in Exhibition Road housing the Goethe-Institut will re-open to the public following extensive restoration on Sunday 20 May 2012, with a specially commissioned installation by German […]
10 October 2011
FILM: a low-tech love letter to the magic of cinema For the twelfth commission in the Tate Modern Unilever Series, and the first to be devoted to the moving image, Tacita Dean has created ‘FILM’ – an homage to analogue film-making and to what is unique in this dying art. With the Tate Modern’s monolithic […]