Brat Kid Destined for Conceptual Art Stardom Uses £6m Tate Modern Sculpture as Playground

Either this kid needs a lesson in social etiquette, or she's on her way to becoming a conceptual artist in her own right. Regardless, she's found herself in the middle of quite the Twitter storm after being pictured clambering over a £6.06 million installation piece by American artist Donald Judd at the Tate Modern in London. Read More >>

This Endless Staircase Is an M.C. Escher Drawing Come to Life

If you've ever wondered what it would be like to climb around M.C. Escher's never ending staircase, you can give it a try right now on the lawn of the Tate Modern in London. Architecture firm dRMM has set up on installation that combines 15 wooden stairways, creating a dizzying maze designed to confuse visitors. Read More >>

Rothko Defacer Believes His Vandalism "Adds Value" to Tate Modern Artwork

A slightly bonkers amateur artist with his own little idea for a movement defaced a ludicrously valuable piece in the Tate Modern, with his marker signature marking the start of what he hopes will become known as the "yellowism" movement. But why did he do it? Read More >>

How the Tate Brought a Pioneering Art-Robot Back Online

Dismantled almost 40 years ago, the robotic art pioneer Edward Ihnatowicz's robo-creation Senster is featured this week in the "The Gallery of Lost Art", the Tate's new online exhibition that unveils the stories behind lost artworks by some of the world’s most famous artists. Read More >>

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Tate Modern's Turbine Hall Pays Tribute to Photography Film

The ever-changing Turbine Hall at London's Tate Modern has been taken over by photographer Tacita Dean, who's used it as a platform to pay last respects to "this beautiful medium, which we invented 125 years ago." Read More >>


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