Plus Tate

Plus Tate aims to support the development of the visual arts across the UK, by fostering a climate where exchange and partnership can flourish. Joining together to exchange ideas, knowledge, skills and resources, as well as programmes and collections, the Plus Tate partners, facilitated by Tate, enable more audiences to engage with modern and contemporary art across major cities and rural communities. 

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Plus Tate was launched in 2010 with an aim to share collections and expertise and build a network that would use Tate’s resources to strengthen the contemporary visual arts ecology in the UK. Chisenhale Gallery was invited to join the network in 2015 when Plus Tate expanded, adding a further 16 partners to the original cohort of eighteen.

Plus Tate partners to date are:

Arnolfini, Bristol
Artes Mundi, Cardiff
BALTIC, Gateshead
Camden Arts Centre, London
Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester
Centre for Contemporary Art, Derry~Londonderry
Chisenhale Gallery, London
firstsite, Colchester
The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea
Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast
Grizedale Arts, Cumbria
Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston
The Hepworth, Wakefield
HOME/Cornerhouse, Manchester
Ikon, Birmingham
John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
Liverpool Biennial
The MAC, Belfast
mima, Middlesbrough
MK Gallery, Milton Keynes
Modern Art Oxford
MOSTYN, Llandudno
Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange, Penzance
Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland
Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham
The Pier Arts Centre, Orkney
South London Gallery
Spike Island, Bristol
Towner, Eastbourne
Turner Contemporary, Margate
Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
Wysing Arts Centre, Bourn (Cambridge)