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  • Martin Creed in front of Martin Creed Work No. 890, DON’T WORRY 2008

    Martin Creed's work will be coming to Quay Arts, Isle of Wight

    Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth
    © Martin Creed
    Photo: Roger Sinek
    © Tate

  • Dan Flavin Untitled to Don Judd colorist 1–5 1987

    Gracefield Art Centre, Dumfries, will show work by Dan Flavin

    Exhibition copy courtesy of Dan Flavin, Ltd

    © ARS, NY and DACS, London 2009

  • Francesca Woodman, 'Eel Series, Roma, May 1977 - August 1978' 1977-8

    Francesca Woodman's photographs will be shown at Bodelwyddan Castle and Park, Denbighshire

    View the main page for this artwork

  • Georg Baselitz, 'Where is the Yellow Milkjug, Mrs Bird?' 1989

    Leicester's New Walk Museum & Art Gallery will exhibit works by George Baselitz

    View the main page for this artwork

  • Gerhard Richter, 'Abstract Painting (809-3)' 1994

    Dick Institute, Kilmarnock will be showing Gerhard Richter

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The powerful war photographs of Don McCullin are heading to Shetland, the most northerly part of the UK, while work by the Turner Prize winner Martin Creed will be on show down in the Isle of Wight.

The 2014 tour of ARTIST ROOMS has been announced. It will take this world-class art collection to 16 venues across the UK, from London to Leicester, from north Devon to North Uist in Scotland.

Tate Modern will see displays of work by American painter Alex Katz and photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.

By the end of 2014, ARTIST ROOMS will have been shown in 66 museums and galleries nationwide and 132 displays and exhibitions will have opened since 2009. ARTIST ROOMS have been seen by 29 million people to date.

The tour is supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and through the continued support of the Art Fund and, in Scotland, support from the National Lottery through Creative Scotland.

As well as the tour, a free online course on Andy Warhol has been developed.

See the full programme, including current exhibitions, here.

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