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Artist Rooms: Daido Moriyama

Daido Moriyama uses photography to explore his personal relationship with the cultural landscape of Japan

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Painting and Mass Media

Witness contemporary painters who use images from the mass media as a source of inspiration

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Modern Times

Feel the excitement and anxiety generated by the modern city

Tate Liverpool Display

Cerith Wyn Evans

The chandelier, hand-made in Venice, creates a sense of theatrical occasion and the pulses of light are triggered by a ...

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Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel

Evidence is a key early work made using found photography, claiming and re-contextualising images to create new meanings

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Living Cities

Artists around the world have examined the modern city in a range of works

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Composing for the camera: György Kepes

Discover how, for many photographers, the studio is an essential space to experiment and make work

Tate Britain Display

1840

Recapture the feel of a Victorian exhibition gallery, with artworks from 1840-1890

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Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen

Examine the sometimes intimate record of an inner city community destined for demolition

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Lynne Cohen and Taryn Simon

These two series of photographs draw attention to spaces which are hidden, restricted or overlooked

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Iranian Photobooks: From Revolution to war

The photobooks in this display, drawn from the collection of Martin Parr, document the 1979 Iranian Revolution and the subsequent ...

Tate Liverpool Display

Cindy Sherman Untitled A 1975

The work of American photographer Cindy Sherman developed against the backdrop of the television environment of the 1960-70s, assimilating its ...

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Joseph Beuys Felt Suit 1970

The social realm is at the core of this constellation
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Start Display

This display introduces you to some of the best-loved artworks in the Tate collection

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George Grosz Suicide, 1916

This collection of works from George Grosz, Thomas Schütte and Sarah Lucas reveals art’s potential to comment on power, conflict and ...

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Stan Firm inna Inglan: Black Diaspora in London, 1960-70s Until 19 November

Explore the experience of those who travelled from the Caribbean and West Africa to live in London