Tate Britain
19 September 2003

Enjoy free entrance to the Bridget Riley exhibition and a special preview of Lucy McKenzie’s first solo presentation in London in over two years at Tate Britain on the evening of Friday 19 September. In addition visitors can take advantage of discounts in Tate Britain’s shops and restaurant and experience live performances and music in the gallery space.

Special events and offers for the evening include:

Preview of Art Now: Lucy McKenzie - MMIV
Sponsored by the Patrons of New Art (20 September – 9 November 2003)
For her Art Now project MMIV, McKenzie will present a new film showing edited footage of her live performance with Gdansk artist Paula Olowska with an atmospheric soundtrack by composer Marcin Dutka.

Free entry to Bridget Riley
Sponsored by Tate Members (26 June – 28 September)
Bridget Riley is one of Britain’s most respected artists and one of the few contemporary painters with a truly international reputation. Her distinguished and singular career encompasses forty years of uncompromising and remarkable innovation. This popular exhibition is only on for another three weeks.

Live music installation by The Black Poodle with visuals by White Rabbit

The Black Poodle have been doing live performance events since early 2002. Their debut studio album is due out on Virtual Label in October 2003.

Live performance by Edinburgh-based artists Kim Coleman and Jenny Hogarth.

Both artists have exhibited extensively throughout Scotland and the north of England, working alone and collaboratively as part of the artist-led projects Magnifitat & Sons.

Cash bar by Catered by Tate

10% discount in the Tate Britain shops

15% discount in the Tate Britain Restaurant
Reservations essential, last orders 20.30
Call 0207 887 8825
Email tate.restaurant@tate.org.uk

For further information about Late at Tate Britain please visit www.tate.org.uk/britain/eventseducation/lateattatebritain.htm
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Contact

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