Olafur Eliasson, the Danish-Icelandic artist who created the weather project at Tate Modern in 2003, brings a new project to Tate Modern this summer
Professor of opthalmology, Michael F. Marmor, explores how Munch’s eye condition inspired a remarkable output of work in the artist’s later life
If you think of art as a painting on a wall, a sculpture on the floor, or even a video projected on a screen, your first encounter with the art of Tino Sehgal probably came as a shock
The Tanks’ writer-in-residence watched De Keersmaecker’s acclaimed Fase: Four Movements to the Museic of Steve Reich, and reflects on how the Tanks space can change our perceptions of live events
Architect Jacques Herzog recalls his first visit to the Tanks and explains how their sinister, dark rawness shaped Herzog & de Meuron’s vision at Tate Modern
Does London have an image problem? Do we know how it really looks?
Nicholas Serota, Tate Director, reveals the potential of the primal spaces of the Tanks to recover the past and connect it with the present
This Exquisite Forest is an online collaborative art project, presented by Tate and Google, which enables people to create short animations that grow from each other’s contributions