Sunday 27 October marks the end of British Summer Time (BST) 2013.  At 2 a.m. clocks should be put back one hour as the UK reverts to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). The good news? We get an extra hour in bed on Sunday…

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  • Louise Bourgeois, 'Man, Keys, Phone, Clock' 1994

    Louise Bourgeois
    Man, Keys, Phone, Clock 1994
    Drypoint on paper
    image: 221 x 168 mm
    Purchased 1994 The estate of Louise Bourgeois

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  • John Stezaker, 'The End (the film)' 1975

    John Stezaker
    The End (the film) 1975
    Postcard collage on paper
    unconfirmed: 367 x 265 mm
    Purchased 2007 John Stezaker

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  • Joseph Kosuth, 'Clock (One and Five), English/Latin Version' 1965

    Joseph Kosuth
    Clock (One and Five), English/Latin Version 1965
    Clock, photograph and printed texts
    support: 610 x 2902 mm
    Purchased 1974 ARS, NY and DACS, London 2002

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  • Patrick Caulfield, '7. `Crying to the walls: My God! My God! Will she relent?'' 1973

    Patrick Caulfield
    7. `Crying to the walls: My God! My God! Will she relent?' 1973
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 410 x 359 mm
    Purchased 1976 Patrick Caulfield. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2002

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  • Victor Burgin, '[no title]' 1991

    Victor Burgin
    [no title] 1991
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 756 x 951 mm
    Purchased 1992 Victor Burgin

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  • Joe Tilson, 'Three Wrist Watches' 1965

    Joe Tilson
    Three Wrist Watches 1965
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 559 x 845 mm
    Presented by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975 Joe Tilson. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2002

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  • Francis Picabia, 'Alarm Clock' 1919

    Francis Picabia
    Alarm Clock 1919
    Ink on paper
    support: 318 x 230 mm
    Purchased 2011 ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2002

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  • Charles Spencelayh, 'War or No War, Who Cares?' 1944

    Charles Spencelayh
    War or No War, Who Cares? 1944
    Oil on canvas
    support: 498 x 382 x 15 mm
    Bequeathed by Alice Creed 2001 Tate

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  • Henry Moore OM, CH, 'The Pantaloon' 1982

    Henry Moore OM, CH
    The Pantaloon 1982
    Lithograph on paper
    image: 267 x 206 mm
    Presented by the Henry Moore Foundation 1986 The Henry Moore Foundation. This image must not be reproduced or altered without prior consent from the Henry Moore Foundation.

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  • Alan Davie, 'Magic Picture No. 1' 1977

    Alan Davie
    Magic Picture No. 1 1977
    Lithograph on paper
    image: 546 x 743 mm
    Presented by Curwen Studio 1978 Alan Davie

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 …though unfortunately the evenings will be darker earlier making that fabulous summer seem a very long time ago!

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