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  1. Press release
    19 July 2005

    Tate Britain13 September 2005 – Major Chris Ofili acquisition Major Chris Ofili acquisition is among highlights of new BP British Art Displays at...

  2. Press release
    2 July 2005

    Michael Fullerton: Suck on ScienceTate Britain, Art Now Room2 July – 21 August 2005The latest exhibition in Tate Britain’s Art Now series presents...

  3. Press release
    2 June 2005

    Tate today announced the four artists who have been shortlisted for the Turner Prize 2005. The artists are Darren Almond, Gillian Carnegie, Jim...

  4. Press release
    16 May 2005

    Tate Britain  Linbury Galleries5 October 2005 – 15 January 2006 Edgar Degas, Walter Sickert and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec are the three...

  5. Press release
    28 April 2005

    Tate Britain  Art Now space5 May – 19 June 2005 Andrew Grassie has made a new site-specific work for Art Now at Tate Britain. Entitled New...

  6. Press release
    5 April 2005

    Tate Britain3 May – 12 June 2005 To mark the sixtieth anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe and of the liberation of the...

  7. Press release
    8 February 2005

    Tate Britain  Linbury Galleries10 February – 15 May 2005 Three of the great European artists of the nineteenth century are united in Turner...

  8. Press release
    4 February 2005

    Tate Britain  Level 226 May – 18 September 2005 Tate is delighted to announce that Sir Joshua Reynolds' celebrated Portrait of Omai will be...

  9. Press release
    1 February 2005

    Tate Britain  Art Now space4 February – 10 April 2005 Art Now is a programme of exhibitions that aims to promote discussion and awareness of...

  10. Press release
    25 January 2005

    Tate Britain  Level 226 January – 17 April 2005 Sir Anthony Caro (born 1924) is widely regarded as one of the world’s greatest living...

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