The Tate Archive is located at Tate Britain. It is open to the public and free to access. It contains a large collection of documents, photographs, and other material concerning Jewish participation in the cultural life of Britain.
Tate Archive is the world’s largest archive of British art, holding more than 1,000 collections containing over 20 million pieces. The archive collections comprise a wide range of materials such as letters, diaries, sketches, photographs, exhibition histories, audio-visual material and increasingly, born-digital material – all of which relate to artists, art practice, and art world figures and organisations.
Tate Archive is free to use. To consult collections, researchers just need to register and make an appointment to visit the Hyman Kreitman Reading Rooms at Tate Britain.
The Reading Rooms at Tate Britain are currently open Tuesdays and Fridays 11.00–15.00. Email email@example.com or call +44 020 7887 8838 to make an appointment. The archive asks that you bring two different forms of identification as well as a digital or paper copy of your appointment email.
The archive has also introduced a free scan and send service for small quantities of information from both our Library, Archive and Public Records collections. This is for individuals undertaking non-commercial research and private study only.
For further information, please visit their website.