This is an innovative and exciting tri-yearly publication, inspired by one of Britain's most loved art institutions, the Tate galleries.
You can delve deep into the history of art, discover contemporary works, and flick through interviews, archive highlights and debates on some of the most interesting topics in the art world. With a TATE ETC. magazine subscription, you'll experience the visual arts scene on an international scale, and get access to exclusive features and interviews from the world's most celebrated artists, including Tracey Emin and Lou Reed.
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Published three times a year, TATE ETC. brings focus, depth and original insight to the work of international artists celebrated in the Tate galleries and beyond.
Each issue presents exclusive, in-depth features and conversations with internationally acclaimed writers and artists - from Rem Koolhaas and Tracey Emin, to John Banville and Lou Reed - in a showcase for outstanding design and fresh imagery.
Keep up with a subscription to TATE ETC. and spend each year in the exclusive company of the artists and authors of the moment.
The main aim of this magazine is to explore the visual art scene on an international scale. It includes in depth and informative features, excellent debates, editors note, poem of the month, hot events and much more.
Along with all these high quality and well written contents the magazine carries stunning and fascinating artworks and photography.
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There is a lot of art in my life and I love walking around exhibitions and galleries. For me, it’s all about your own interpretation of what you see, and at the Tate and Tate Modern there is so much to be inspired about. I often spend most of my time just staring at a picture or an installation, but when I have a magazine to preview what’s there and to take away as a reminder of something I’ve seen then that’s great. For me, I love the art, but I love too the emotions it provokes. That can be hugely valuable for songwriting, so I take it all as a type of inspiration that gets my frame of mind really in the right place for my music, and Tate Etc. does that really well.