Tate Modern has over a hundred years of art, from modernism in the early 1900s, to exciting works created today. This includes paintings, sculptures, and more made by artists all over the world such as Pablo Picasso, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, and Jenny Holzer.
Experience Tate’s iconic Turbine Hall. In the Natalie Bell Building you can see how artists create new ideas. In the Blavatnik Building you can explore the underground Tanks, dedicated to performances, installations and video works.
This tour will focus on the gallery's perhaps most famous permanent display, "In the Studio". The close engagement between the individual and the work of art, whether an artist's process of making or a viewer's experience of looking, is the focus of this display.
It includes depictions of artists' studios as well as abstract works that draw attention to the complex nature of perception.
You will listen to curators, conservators, and artists themselves talk about key artworks in this display.
*This tour was created by WeGoTrip using the materials that were kindly provided by Tate Modern. We respect Tate's guide to copyright and donate 20% from each tour sale to the Tate for caring for the collection and Tate Learning Programme.