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Tate Modern (Gallery)

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Corporate name headingTate Modern (Gallery)
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Variant(s)Tate Gallery of Modern Art
Tate Modern, Bankside (Gallery)
See alsoTate Britain (Gallery)
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Predecessor: Tate Gallery
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Special noteSummary of Tate web sites, 03-03-01: "The Tate" houses the national collections of British art and of international modern art. Tate Modern, in London's former Bankside Power Station, displays international modern art from 1900 to the present day. Tate Britain, on Millbank, London (formerly the Tate Gallery), is the national gallery of British art from 1500 to the present. Tate Liverpool houses the national collection of modern art in the North of England. Tate St Ives, opened in Cornwall in 1993, also manages the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. The National Gallery contains Western European paintings from 1260 to 1900. In 1997 the Tate and National Galleries set the cut-off point between collections at 1900 and exchanged works from the other's time span.
Found inTate Modern, 2000: p. 10 (Tate Modern, the gallery) p. 4 of cover (Tate Modern, Britain's new national gallery of modern and contemporary art)
Power into art, 2000: p. xvii-xix (Tate Gallery of Modern Art on Bankside in London; to be housed in the former Bankside Power Station) p. 3 (an expansion of the Tate Gallery in Millbank [now the Tate Britain], with the Millbank facility housing British art of the last 400 years and the Bankside location housing modern and contemporary art) p. 307 (Tate Modern) p. 320 (opened May 2000) jkt. (Tate Modern, Bankside)
Not found inArt of Bloomsbury, c1999: t.p. verso (Tate Gallery); Romantic landscape, c2000: t.p. verso (Tate Britain)
Invalid LCCNno 00051883