Your visit to the Tate Library will covers British art since 1500 and international art since 1900. As well as a wide selection of books, printed journals and electronic resources about art and artists, the library has a pre-eminent collection of exhibition catalogues dating from the late 19th century to recent contemporary shows. Tate Library also has a collection of 6500 artists’ books which date from the 1960s to the present day.
You will be able to network in the Tate’s new café which is next door to the Library and visit the exhibitions.
Location: Lower ground floor of Tate Britain, near the Manton Entrance in Atterbury Street.