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Henry Moore At Tate

Visit two rooms dedicated to the work of sculptor Henry Moore

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1810

See landscape painting and great neoclassical works from 1810–1840

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1960

Explore 1960-1970, a decade of tremendous change in society and art

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Spotlights

A series of regularly changing in-depth displays on specific artists or theme

Tate Britain Display

Turner Exhibited: Ambition and Reputation

See some of Turner’s major works that helped change the course of British painting over his fifty-year career

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Art Now The Darks: Ruth Ewan and Astrid Johnston

Explore the area around Tate Britain, once the site of the infamous Millbank Prison with The Darks audio tour 

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Tate Archive 29 May – Autumn 2017

Explore the range and diversity of the holdings of Tate Archive, the national archive collection of British art since 1900

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Derek Jarman: Blue 1 May – Autumn 2017

Experience this British artist and filmmaker’s final feature

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Turner Collection John Constable: Nature and Nostalgia

Learn how Constable, Turner’s contemporary, was inspired by the landscape of south-east England

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Turner Collection Turner's Urban Landscapes

Witness life in the cities of nineteenth-century Britain and abroad through Turner’s sketchbooks and studies

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1840

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

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Walk Through British Art

Walk through time and explore artworks from 1545 to the present day

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1930

Reflect on the diversity of art produced in Britain from 1930-1940

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1780

Experience paintings and sculptures from the war period of 1780–1810

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Found in Turner’s Studio: Seascapes

Share Turner’s fascination with the sea in all its variety, a subject of which he never tired

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1540

Start the journey through 500 years of British art with works from 1540–1650

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Art Now Sophie Michael: Trip (the light fantastic) 11 July 2016 – 30 October 2016

Delve into artist-filmmaker Michael's exploration of our relationship to the past

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The Art of Ray Harryhausen Until 19 November 2017

Explore drawings and models by Ray Harryhausen with some of the art that inspired him

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Untitled (One Hundred Spaces)

See this work by Rachel Whiteread, made up of 100 component parts arranged in a grid

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William Blake's Legacy, 1920s-1980s

Explore the work and legacy of William Blake