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.
Prints and gifts developed exclusively for Tate to celebrate the Mona Hatoum show at Tate Modern (4 May 21 August 2016)
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).
Make your world go POP! Preview the exclusive exhibition sale. Until 31 January save up to 50% on selected gifts, prints and homeware that celebrate The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop at Tate Modern (17 September 2015 24 January 2016).
Vibrant prints and books that celebrate the exhibition at Tate Britain (9 October 2015 13 March 2016).
Exclusive collection developed by Tate to coincide with our Artist and Empire exhibition at Tate Britain (25 November 2015 10 April 2016).
Beautiful and exclusive designs commissioned specially by Tate to celebrate the Barbara Hepworth show at Tate Britain (24 June 25 October 2015)
Prints, gifts and books to accompany The EY Exhibition: Late Turner at Tate Britain (10 September 2014 25 January 2015).
A unique range of gifts and prints created to accompany the exhibition Malevich at Tate Modern 16 July 26 October 2014.
Miss Matisse? This blockbuster exhibition ended in September 2014 but you can still buy Matisse prints and colourful gifts here.
Love Pop Art? Add a little Whaam! to your living room with our Lichtenstein range of Whaam! cushions, t-shirts, comic art prints and books.
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.
Bestselling books and catalogues to accompany exhibitions and displays at Tate including Henri Matisse, Marlene Dumas, Damien Hirst, Roy Lichtenstein and David Hockney