26 November 2014 – 15 March 2015
Trace a diverse and poignant journey through over 150 years of conflict around the world

9 October 2014 – 8 February 2015
A retrospective of one of the most insatiably experimental artists of the twentieth century

14 October 2014 – 6 April 2015
The Turbine Hall welcomes the largest work ever created by Richard Tuttle

5 February – 10 May 2015
One of the most prominent painters working today, Dumas’ psychologically charged works explore themes of sexuality, love and death

Admission & opening times

Admission to Tate Modern is free, except for special exhibitions

Opening times
Sunday – Thursday, 10.00–18.00
Friday – Saturday, 10.00–22.00

Getting to Tate Modern

London SE1 9TG
Call +44 (0)20 7887 8888
Email visiting.modern@tate.org.uk

What's on

From special exhibitions, collection displays film screenings to conferences and talks, find out what’s on at Tate Modern

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Eat, drink & shop

Take time out at the shops or enjoy our seasonal menu at our cafés or restaurant at Tate Modern

Tate Modern : Talks and lectures Artist's Talk: Fujiko Nakaya

Tuesday 17 February 2015, 18.30–20.00

Artist Fujiko Nakaya is a pioneer of installation and video art in Japan. Join us for this unique opportunity to learn about Ms Nakaya’s practice and influential explorations of nature and technology throughout her forty year career

All venues Courses at Tate

Undertake one of your New Year’s resolutions, and book yourself onto one of our art practical or theory courses

Tate Modern : Talks and lectures Photographing History: Conflict, Time, Photography artists in conversation with Simon Baker

Monday 16 February 2015, 18.30–20.30

Hrair Sarkissian, Chloe Dewe Mathews and Diana Matar join in conversation with Conflict, Time, Photography curators to discuss their work in the context of this exhibition, their relationship to conflict, modes of representation and historical narratives