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Tate Britain Display

Untitled (One Hundred Spaces)

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

Tate Britain Display

1730

See British artworks from 1730–1765, including an iconic self-portrait by Hogarth

Tate Britain Display

Turner Collection

See the world’s largest collection of Turner’s work in changing displays in the Clore Gallery

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1760

Discover artworks from 1760–1780, a period dominated by the work of Sir Joshua Reynolds

Tate Britain Display

1940

See artworks from 1940-1950, which mainly respond to World War II

Tate Britain Display

Artists’ Lives: Speaking of the Kasmin Gallery Until 4 February

See art shown at the revolutionary Kasmin Gallery in 1960s London 

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Rachel Whiteread selects Until 21 January

Explore a selection of works from our collection chosed by the artist Rachel Whiteread

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1950

View significant works from 1950–1960, as artists reacted to the post-war period

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Turner as a British Artist

See Turner respond to the varied scenery and subjects he recorded during his travels through Britain

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1910

Uncover 1910-1930, one of the most contested periods in art

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1900

Wander a room devoted to art from 1900–1910, a period in flux.
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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

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Paule Vézelay Until 5 November

Explore the abstract work of the British-born artist Paule Vézelay 

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I WANT TO SHOW YOU A BODY 18 SEPTEMBER – 22 OCTOBER 2017

Play with language, performance, bodies and meaning

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1650

Explore a time of enormous change in the United Kingdom, from 1650–1730

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1890

View artworks created from 1890–1900, the decade Tate was founded

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Travelling Light

Observe how Turner took advantage of the conveniences of modern travel to explore new climates and colours 

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Found in Turner’s Studio: Landscape and History

Follow Turner’s artistic experimentation through unexhibited and unfinished works whose innovation often puzzled his contemporaries

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William Stott of Oldham: Le Passeur (The Ferryman) 1 May – Winter 2017

This Spotlight marks the recent acquisition of William Stott’s Le Passeur, widely regarded as the crowning achievement of the artist’s ...

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Sixty years

Continue to walk through British Art from the 1960s up to the present day