30 September 2014 – 4 January 2015
Celebrating its 30th year, the Turner Prize 2014 is presented at Tate Britain 

10 September 2014 – 25 January 2015
First exhibition devoted to the extraordinary work Turner created from 1835 to his death in 1851

Open every day
Experience some of the worlds greatest artists including Hockney, Bacon, Turner, Blake, Moore, Hirst, Lowry and Gainsborough 

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Tate Britain : Talks and lectures Henry Moore and Gemma Levine: The Artist at Work

Tuesday 2 December 2014, 18.30–20.00

Leading British portrait photographer Gemma Levine presents an intimate portrayal of Henry Moore, who was her artist mentor and reveals the daily exploits of his work from origin to execution

Tate Britain : Performance and music Jason Evans, stylist Simon Foxton, '[no title]' 1991 Late at Tate Britain: December 2014

Friday 5 December 2014, 18.00–22.00

Using the Tate collection as inspiration expect a collison of fashion, music and technology to tell the story of how Rinse evolved from humble origins as an East London pirate radio station, to shape youth culture in Britain and beyond

Tate Britain : Talks and lectures AICA Annual Lecture: Roberta Smith

Wednesday 3 December 2014, 18.30–20.00

In this year’s AICA Lecture one of the United-States’ best-known art critics, Roberta Smith, talks about the role of an art critic, the obligations, grind of the journalistic subgenre; and the changes wrought by the growth of the art world, by increasingly porous definitions of art