Tate’s recent initiative, Tate National, has a range of strategies that enables its collections to be shared with regional galleries and museums.
One of these, the Artists’ Rooms initiative, sees a selection of a single artist’s work drawn from the Anthony D’Offay collection tour to regional museums and galleries across the UK.
Tate provides the opportunity for millions of people to see art. The brand Tate is one of the most recognised in the world, with four buildings in England. The exhibitions and displays regularly rotate at all of its sites in order to give exposure to as much of its collection as possible.
You can’t imagine a trip to London without making a visit to Tate, one could say that over the last twenty years Tate has changed the ‘public face’ of contemporary art.
The Turbine Hall at Tate Modern needs little introduction — do not miss the relatively new gallery by the side entrance to the building where a range of major exhibitions from emerging international artists and curators shown.
On the north bank of the Thames, Tate Britain shows a rich programme of historic, modern and contemporary artworks.