‘Turner stops me in my tracks’: four Tate curators discuss their favourite artworks

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Whether it’s romantic watercolours or contemporary installations, curators from Tate Britain and Tate Modern share the works that bring them joy, hope and solace

The days are short, the nights are long, and the weather is less than inviting – which is why winter is the perfect time to visit art galleries; light-filled spaces full of creativity, ideas and togetherness (not to mention cosy cafes and, in the case of Tate Modern, epic views over London).

With thousands of pieces of art in its permanent collections on show across its two London galleries (all of which are available to explore for free), Tate Britain and Tate Modern have something for everyone. In fact, the only problem can be knowing where to start.

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