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Tate Britain Exhibition

Picasso

6 Jul – 18 Sep 1960
Picasso 1960 past exhibition at Tate Britain
FREE
Tate Britain Course

Context and Critical Research Skills

24 Nov 2017

Learn techniques to develop your students' contextual and critical research skills in this one-day professional development workshop at Tate Britain

Tate Modern Exhibition

Matisse Picasso

11 May – 18 Aug 2002
Matisse Picasso exhibition brings together major masterpieces by the two giants at Tate Modern 11 May to 18 August 2002
FREE
Tate Britain Exhibition

Picasso & Modern British Art

15 Feb – 15 Jul 2012
Major new exhibition at Tate Britain, Picasso and Modern British Art explores his extensive legacy and influence on British art
Tate Liverpool Exhibition

Picasso: Peace and Freedom

21 Apr – 30 Aug 2010
Picasso: Peace and Freedom; past exhibition at Tate Liverpool
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Tate Britain Exhibition

The Moltzau Collection: from Cézanne to Picasso

3 Oct – 2 Nov 1958
The Moltzau Collection: from Cézanne to Picasso: past Tate Britain exhibition
FREE
Tate Modern Course

Context and Critical Research Skills

22 Feb 2018

Learn techniques to develop your students' contextual and critical research skills in this one-day professional development workshop at Tate Modern

Tate Britain Course

Creative and Critical Thinking

16 Mar 2018

Discover how modern and contemporary artworks can inspire shared dialogue around art in the classroom

Tate Modern Exhibition

In Focus: Living History

11 Nov 2006 – 11 Nov 2007
In Focus: Living History: past Tate Modern exhibition
FREE
Tate Britain Exhibition

Wyndham Lewis and Vorticism

6 Jul – 19 Aug 1956
Wyndham Lewis and Vorticism: past Tate Britain exhibition
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Tate St Ives Exhibition

A Continuous Line: Ben Nicholson in England

24 Jan – 4 May 2009
A Continuous Line: Ben Nicholson in England: past Tate St. Ives exhibition
FREE
Tate Britain Exhibition

The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World

14 Jun – 4 Sep 2011
The Vorticists exhibition at Tate Britain celebrates the full electrifying force of this pivotal modernist movement
FREE

Pagination