10 June – 31 August 2014
Discover the extraordinary and surprising works of some of Britain’s unsung artists in the first major exhibition of British folk art

10 September 2014 – 25 January 2015
First exhibition devoted to the extraordinary work J.M.W. Turner created between 1835 and his death in 1851

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

31 March – 19 October 2014
The Tate Britain Commission invites artist Phyllida Barlow to develop a new work

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Tate Britain : Film Spectacle: a screening and discussion

Friday 12 September 2014, 18.30–20.45

Hear two of Britain’s most exciting live artists, Robin Deacon and Joshua Sofaer, reflect on the legacy of the late Stuart Sherman – a hugely influential figure in the history of performance, in this discussion and film screening of Spectacle: A Portrait of Stuart Sherman (2013)

Tate Britain : Talks and lectures Artist's talk: Andrea Büttner

Monday 15 September 2014, 18.30–20.30

Curator Chus Martínez talks to artist Andrea Büttner about her current display at Tate Britain, exploring Büttner’s interest in notions of poverty, shame, vulnerability and dignity and the belief systems that underpin them