Visitor Figures

How abolishing museum image fees could boost audiences

New research shows that image licensing is barely profitable for some UK museums

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Longer shows pay off for Tate as Matisse brings in the numbers

The Cut-Outs retrospective was seen by 563,000 visitors

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Tate Modern loses top museum slot by a hair

The gallery was beaten to the post by the British Museum

A not so golden Olympics- tourist numbers drop

London’s leading museums lose more than a million visitors during the Games, but Hirst helps Tate Modern buck the trend

Charles Saatchi, the comeback king: New Chelsea gallery a definitive success

Attendance figures for the the Saatchi Gallery exceed their 1 million visitor goal

Zoffany at Tate cancelled

The 2010 exhibition may instead be shown at the Royal Academy

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Tate aims to increase ethnic minority visitors

In the current funding agreement with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the gallery’s “Diversity strategy” is described as a “key priority”

Royal Academy and Tate exhibitions heading for top attendance

“Turks: A journey of a thousand years 600-1600” and “Turner, Whistler, Monet” have been wildly successful

Victoria & Albert Museum: too posh for the people?

A National Audit Office Report concludes that visitors are discouraged from visiting the institution because of its “highbrow” image

Controversy over "ethnic targets" at British national museums

The government wants to set precise goals for the number of ethnic minority visitors to museums and make funding dependent on achieving them

More Tate of the North

600,000 visitors a year and £3.8 million from the National Lottery

Happy First Birthday, Tate St Ives

A first year of success for Cornish gallery

Interview with Antonio Pitxot on Dalí: Portrait of the artist as a young man

The artist's long time friend sheds light on the artist as he was, ahead of the Hayward Gallery exhibition on his early works

Attendance and profits of the Venice Biennale's 49th edition

This year marks a comeback, but there is still room for improvement

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Tate Gallery perseveres with rotating the collections in face of mounting criticism

New antagonism for New Displays as visitor figures drop in London

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Ro-Tate: Tate's rehang success with 1,500,000 visitors in attendance

It’s all change at the Tate Gallery, as part of Nick Serota’s policy of rotating the collections