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25 February – 25 May 2015
Powerful, beautiful and inventive, the Victorian era was a golden age for sculpture 

25 February – 7 June 2015
This is the first exhibition in Britain devoted to salted paper prints, one of the earliest forms of photography
 

Phillip King, 'Genghis Khan' 1963

8 December 2014 – 1 February 2015
A display of six of King’s works from the 1960s in the Duveens Galleries

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Tate Britain : Courses and workshops Gilbert & George, 'In the Bush' 1972 Writing the Landscape

Fridays 20 February – 20 March 2015, 18.45–20.45

How might we incorporate landscape into narrative – and narrative into landscape? In this five-week course, writer Justin Hopper leads discussions and writing exercises inspired by landscape art, from Constable and Turner to Richard Long and Simon Starling

Tate Britain : Talks and lectures Meet Tate Britain with Floella Benjamin

Monday 9 February 2015, 18.30–20.00

Join author and children’s television presenter Floella Benjamin for a tour which focuses on the depiction of children in the Tate Britain’s collection displays


Tate Britain : Film Carey Young and Jill Magid

Monday 9 February 2015, 19.00–21.00

Visual artists Carey Young and Jill Magid explore the interface between the psychological, the judicial and the commercial in this talk and screening