Art Now at Tate Britain provides an important platform for contemporary art, giving vital exposure to artists at an early stage of their career. The wide-ranging programme responds to developments in contemporary practice by British artists, and artists living and working in Britain. Documenting over two years of Art Now projects, this book offers up-to-date, fully-illustrated texts on twenty-seven of the most interesting artists working in Britain today. A round-table discussion between critics, curators and artists contextualises the programme alongside developments within the art world, offering a unique guide to current practice. The artists featured include: Jananne Al-Ani, Duncan Campbell, Declan Clarke, Enrico David, Kate Davis, Michael Fullerton, Andrew Grassie, Suki Best, Rory Hamilton, Richard Hughes, Silke Otto-Knapp, Rory Macbeth, Craig Mulholland, Joanne Tatham, Tom O'Sullivan, Peter Peri, Ian White and Jimmy Roberts, Karin Ruggaber, Raqib Shaw, Jamie Shovlin, Melanie Smith, Stephen Sutcliffe, David Thorpe, Sue Tompkins, Emily Wardill, and Martin Westwood.