Tate Modern is Britain's national museum of modern art.
Housed in the former Bankside Power Station, Tate Modern displays the Tate collection of international modern art from 1900 to the present day.
Since it opened in May 2000, more than 40 million people have visited Tate Modern. It is one of the UK’s top three tourist attractions and generates an estimated £100 million in economic benefits to London annually.
Open Sunday-Thursday, 10.00-1800 and Fri & Sat 10.00-22.00
Closed 24-26 December
Collection displays - free
Exhibitions - various
- International Council of Museums
Tate Modern's collection displays include major works by Dalí, Picasso, Matisse, Rothko and Warhol as well as contemporary work by artists such as Dorothy Cross, Gilbert & George and Susan Hiller.
Photography, Performing Arts, Fine Art, Film and Media, Archives
BT series: Hear artists talk about their work
The BT Series is a unique initiative for Tate Online which lets you explore works by selected artists and ask about their work.
The BT Series has been developed with BT's creative design and filmmaking team. As exclusive sponsor of Tate Online, BT provides Tate with technological support, online broadcasting and hosting, and develops innovative projects like this.
Tate's new online course on Artists' Techniques and Methods is the first of a new selection of online courses to be launched over the next two years.
Online Study Days
The study days often relate closely to major exhibitions at Tate Modern or to key aspects of the curriculums taught at The Open University. Each study day is broken into a series of short presentations, which are supported with summary information and suggested further reading. The content will have most value for those with some existing knowledge in histories and theories of modern art.
Schools and Teachers
All the resources you need for teaching art in the classroom, from Teachers' Packs to teacher training