Showing 1–16 of 43 results

  • Richard Wilson (Tate Modern Artist Series)


    Born in London in 1953 to a family of builders and artists, Richard Wilson creates works that often come closer to engineering or even architecture than to traditional sculpture. Typically he transforms the viewer’s environment into something unsettling and strange through interventions that not only alter the physical space but also interfere with our perception of it.

  • Julian Opie- Tate Modern Artists

    More than any British artist of his generation, Julian Opie has taken his art beyond the gallery environment and out into the mainstream of cultural life, testing his ideas in a wide variety of media. Author Mary Horlock surveys his career, beginning with the early painted metal sculptures of everyday objects, encompassing the 3-D evocations of the urban landscape, and finishing with the powerful graphic style evolved in recent years that has transferred to billboard posters, road signs, LED screens and album covers.

  • Antony Gormley (Tate Modern Artists)


    One of the most celebrated and talked about artists of his generation, Turner Prize-winner Antony Gormley (b. 1950) generates lively debate and critical acclaim. His large-scale, iconic projects such as Angel of the North at Gateshead, the 100 cast-iron sculptures he placed on a British beach for Another Place, and the hundreds of small terracotta figurines he asked the public to create for Field have cemented his place among today’s leading contemporary artists.

  • Turner and the Masters

    • Item Weight: 3.66 pounds
    • Hardcover : 240 pages
  • Aubrey Beardsley

    A major influence on the development of art nouveau, Beardsley’s distinct style has resonated with subsequent generations. In 1966 he was the subject of a large monographic exhibition at the V&A, which triggered a revival and proved seminal for psychedelic pop culture and design. Beardsley’s drawings remain a key reference in body art today and retain great popular appeal.

  • Out of stock

    Paul Nash


    Fully illustrated with 200 beautifully reproduced works from Nash’s entire career and a wealth of archival material (some of it never before published), this is a timely survey of one of the most distinctive and well-loved artists of the 20th century.

  • Meet the Artist Alberto Giacometti: An Art Activity Book – by Nick White


    Meet the Artist: Alberto Giacometti is packed with inspiring activities for budding young artists to make and do. Taking inspiration from the artist’s distinctive body of work, Nick White’s introduction to Giacometti gets children creating interesting portraits, sculptures and collage landscapes.

  • Out of stock

    Meet the Artist David Hockney: An Art Activity Book – by Rose Blake


    Meet the Artist: David Hockney is a fun, creative and engaging introduction to the work of one of Britain’s most exciting artists. Packed with make-and-dos, inspiring activities for young budding artists and bold, playful illustrations by Rose Blake. The Meet the Artist series encourages children to use art as an avenue for exploring ideas and expressing their own experiences through art- making.

  • Kara Walker


    This book features the early drawings and small clay models made by the artist as well a striking views of the final installation. Walker’s figures derive from an array of art historical, literary and cultural sources, illustrated here in a separate section designed by the artist, who also contributes an eloquent description of the project. The curator Clara Kim provides insights into the motivations for the new commission, while the celebrated author Zadie Smith explores key moments in Walker’s career leading up to the extraordinary new work.


    Please note that the image used here is used as a visual guide only, and is not the final cover image for the book.

  • Tate Introductions: Andy Warhol


    A central figure in pop art, Andy Warhol (1928-1987) was one of the most significant and influential artists of the later twentieth century. In the 1960s he began to explore the growing interplay between mass culture and the visual arts, and his constant experimentation with new processes for the dissemination of art played a pivotal role in redefining access to culture and art as we know it today.

  • Winter


    This gift book celebrates the highs and lows of the winter season through art drawn from Tate’s collection.

  • Building TATE Modern


    This work follows the transformation of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s brick power station, on Bankside, into the Tate Modern art gallery, by Swiss Architects Herzog & de Meuron. It presents a photographic account of every stage of the development and includes an interview with Jacques Herzog.

  • TATE Modern: Building A Museum For The 21st Century


    After opening its doors in 2000, Tate Modern quickly became the most popular modern and contemporary art destination in the world, welcoming more than five million visitors a year. Architects Herzog & de Meuron created a gallery of singular power and beauty, whose spaces articulate a rare affinity with contemporary art.

  • Philippe Parreno: The Hyundai Commission – Anywhen


    Since Tate Modern opened in London in 2000, the Turbine Hall has hosted some of the world’s most memorable and acclaimed works of contemporary art, reaching an audience of millions. The way artists have interpreted this vast industrial space has revolutionized public perceptions of contemporary art in the 21st century. Philippe Parreno (b. 1964) is…

  • Franz West


    An anarchic free spirit, self-taught until the age of thirty, Franz West (1947–2012) remained in the shadows of the Viennese art scene for nearly fifteen years before becoming known in the international art world in the 1980s.

  • Oiticica in London


    Exhibition Catalogue about the influential Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica, shown at TATE Gallery, London, UK, in 2007.