Tate Papers offers scholarly articles relating to Tate's collection and its programmes. Appearing twice a year, the journal reflects new research into aspects of the museum’s activities and interests. The latest issue, incudes a focus on gallery education, includes:
- Felicity Allen, 'Border Crossing'
- Jackie Heuman, 'A Technical Study of Picasso's Construction Still Life 1914'
- Emily Pringle, 'The Artist as Educator: Examining Relationships between Art Practice and Pedagogy in the Gallery Context'
- Sally Tallant, 'Experiments in Integrated Programming'
- Joanna S. Walker, 'The Body is Present Even if in Disguise: Tracing the Trace in the Artwork of Nancy Spero and Ana Mendieta'
- Ashlee Honeybourne, 'Turner Prize 2008 Reading Room Report'
- Renate Meijer and Minnie Scott, 'Tools to Understand: An Evaluation of the Interpretation Material used in Tate Modern’s Rothko Exhibition'