For this year’s Queer & Now programme, it was Tate’s aim to go beyond the boundaries of the museum, to cross digital borders and bring queer artists, activists, collectives, and communities together from around the world.
Throughout LGBTQIA+ History Month in February, they invited 10 collectives as well as the general public to submit their own queer interpretations of artworks in Tate’s collection through the social media hashtag #queerandnow. Submissions flooded in from around the world, from Russia to Argentina, Beijing to Brighton, showing the power of art to bring the community together during an intense period of isolation.
Following a vote by Tate’s LGBTQIA+ network, and considerable work by E-J Scott to edit and curate the selection, Tate are very pleased to say the new webpage is now live!
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