Our exhibition ranges have been carefully put together to celebrate the work and philosophy of the artist on display and give you a chance to take a small piece of it home. Browse the categories below for prints, postcard books, homewares and gift ideas.
A selection of prints and gifts inspired by David Hockney's artworks, to celebrate his exhibition at Tate Britain.
Prints, gifts and books inspired by our Giacometti exhibition at Tate Modern, showing the full evolution of his work across five decades.
A selection of art prints, books and gifts inspired by the artwork of Fahrelnissa Zeid.
A selection of prints and gifts inspired by our Queer British Art 1861–1967 exhibition at Tate Britain.
A specially selected collection of print and products inspired by our Wolfgang Tillmans exhibition at Tate Modern.
Prints and products inspired by Georgia O'Keeffe's iconic paintings of enlarged flowers, animal skulls and the New Mexico landscape.
Discover Paul Nash through our art prints, books and gifts.
Explore Sir Elton John's unrivaled collection of modernist photography from the 1920s through to the 1950s.
A specially selected collection of Robert Rauschenberg inspired prints, gifts and books.
Get 20% off custom prints until 2 April. Add a print to your basket to see the discount.
Miss Matisse? This blockbuster exhibition ended in September 2014 but you can still buy Matisse prints and colourful gifts here.
Prints, gifts and books inspired by J.M.W. Turner's paintings. Some of Turner's greatest masterpieces will be back on display at Tate Britain this summer.
Beautiful and exclusive collection of homewares, clothing and prints to accompany the Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture exhibition at Tate Modern (11 November 2015 – 3 April 2016).
Art prints and products for the Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms exhibition at Tate Liverpool (18 May – 18 September 2016).
Damien Hirst's iconic imagery of skulls, butterflies, Pharmacy and spin paintings features on products including the exhibition catalogue, clever anamorphic cups and luxurious butterfly printed silk scarves.
Vibrant prints and books that celebrate the exhibition at Tate Britain (9 October 2015 – 13 March 2016).