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Explore Media Networks

Experience the distinctive style of Barbara Kruger and explore the impact of mass media and digital technology on contemporary art

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Explore Materials and Objects

See one of the most influential artworks of the twentieth century and investigate materials and objects

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Room two Start Display

What emotion do you feel when you think of a colour?

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Charles Atlas and Shunk-Kender Archive

Find out how artists have collaborated to transform performance into different art forms

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What will art galleries be like in the future? Until 11 June

Share your ideas for what the future of our museums could look like

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Living Cities

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

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Beyond Pop

Survey global artworks that reflect on social and political issues via images from the mass media

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Citizens

View artworks that pay impressive tributes to campaigners for citizenship and civil rights

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Richard Deacon and El Anatsui

See how two artists have used non-traditional art materials in very different ways

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International Surrealism

See surrealist artworks made by the original Paris-based group and other international artists 

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A View from Zagreb: Op and Kinetic Art

Explore the geometric abstract art created by the New Tendencies movement in the 1960s

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Rudolf Stingel Untitled

Sculpt the surface of this artwork

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Ana Lupas

The exploration and preservation of the communal act of making 

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Art of Participation

Explore ambiguous acts of collaboration between artists and the public

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Zineb Sedira

In Mother Tongue 2002 three generations of women from the same family, born in three different countries, try to exchange ...

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ARTIST ROOMS: Joseph Beuys

Explore the political and controversial works of Joseph Beuys, from sculpture to performance

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Bloomberg Connects: Explore Artists' Cities

Journey into artists’ studios across the world in this immersive digital space

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Room three Start Display

Do colours exist when we are not looking at them?

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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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John Heartfield

See the hard-hitting photomontages of this German artist who used art to expose right-wing fanaticism

Pagination