Tate Galleries


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Tate Galleries

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(Placename) two art galleries in London, the original Tate Gallery (1897), now Tate Britain, and Tate Modern, created in the former Bankside power station in 2000
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And while it's easy to take long-established buildings and organisations for granted, we would all do well to remember that there are only four Tate galleries in the country - and we are fortunate enough to have one of them
The Tate galleries in London, of which he is the director, are two of the "national icons" whose future, we are told, ministers are keen to protect.
While it remains uncertain what the consequences might be for the Tate galleries, it is already known one is soon to embark on a pounds 45m refit.
Liverpool is the first of the country's four Tate galleries to be awarded a Freedom of the City.
A WOMAN'S body dumped in a suitcase was bound and gagged with tape sold only in Tate galleries.
Its online gallery can be seen from your living room - 14,000 images come to you from the four Tate galleries, Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St.
From earliest times, the rich and powerful have given large volumes of (usually covered) space to gain respect and adulation from the public: hence, in Rome, the Theatre of Marcellus, the Flavian amphitheatre (Colosseum); [1] and in the last century, the Frick and the Tate galleries (one founded on exploitation of steel, the other on West Indian sugar).
It's an article of faith that anything found in the Tate Galleries must be art.
Tate is implementing Percussion Software's Rhythmyx 5, a leading enterprise content management solution (ECM), to produce the content for a new bi-monthly guide which will list forthcoming exhibitions and events at all Tate galleries.
LONDON'S Tate Galleries are backing Liverpool's bid to become Capital of Culture 2008.