Explore how artists reflect on moving to new places

Migration and Art

Explore how artists reflect on moving to new places

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Where do art and migration meet?Step into the shoes of artists, migrants, and makers as they tell their stories
The Art of Belonging

What does it mean to belong? Artists, writers and poets explore the human stories behind art and belonging

https://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-modern/display/artist-and-societyArtist and Society

Explore artworks from Tate's collection that respond to their social and political context

Joseph Beuys Lightning with Stag in its Glare 1958–85. Photo © Tate 2016

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Static 2009 by Steve McQueen

This project examines how Static raises questions about freedom, surveillance, migration and the construction of history

Diaspora

Used to describe movements in population from one country to another and is often cited in discussions about identity

Let me in

One writer focuses on the sixteenth-century émigré painter Hans Eworth

Négritude

An anti-colonial cultural and political movement founded by a group of African and Caribbean students in Paris in the 1930s

Frank Bowling: From figuration to abstraction

Bowling reflects on his career and the effect of moving from London to New York had on his work

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