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At fotofringe London: View Tate Images’ 52,000 newly digitised images

↑ Photo: Unidentified boy, possibly Jimmie Deachey on Chisonhale Road c.1949-1956. Nigel Henderson ©Nigel Henderson Estate/Tate Images

This in from new PAN reader Chris Sutherns Sales Executive at Tate Images (that of the galleries Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool and Tate St. Ives.)

‘Tate Images are pleased to announce the launch of 52,000 newly digitised images from Tate’s extensive Archives, featuring letters, sketches and photographs from British artists such as Barbara Hepworth, Paul Nash, Graham Sutherland and Ben Nicholson to name but a few.
Tate Archive contains a wealth of material on artists, art world figures and art organisations in Britain from 1900 to the present day.’

Over one million items that relate closely to Tate’s collection are held, including artworks, sketchbooks, letters, writings, audio-visual material, photographs, printed ephemera and press cuttings.

We are launching this wealth of new material at Fotofringe on the 23rd April and to celebrate are offering the chance to win a signed limited edition print made exclusively for Tate by Chris Ofili.

For more details please visit us at table AGF/16.

View a selection of Tate Images