Jeremy Deller, 'The History of the World' 1998

Jeremy Deller
The History of the World 1998
Screenprint on paper
support: 640 x 1115 mm
Purchased 2001© Jeremy Deller

Late at Tate Britain presents a free evening of performance and installations from Warp Records and Jeremy Deller, inspired by Deller’s work The History of the World.

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    Fairey Brass Band presents Acid Brass at Late at Tate Britain December 2013

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    Palace X Tate at Late at Tate Britain December 2013

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    A tribute to the Roland 303/808 by Hellicar & Lewis at Late at Tate Britain December 2013

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    © Greg Sigston

  • Late at Tate Britain December 2013 Photo © Greg Sigston

    Late at Tate Britain December 2013

    Photo: Greg Sigston

  • Late at Tate Britain December 2013 © Greg Sigston

    Late at Tate Britain December 2013

    Photo: Greg Sigston

  • Late at Tate Britain December 2013 © Greg Sigston

    Late at Tate Britain December 2013

    Photo: Greg Sigston

  • Late at Tate Britain December 2013  © Greg Sigston

    Late at Tate Britain December 2013 

    Photo: Greg Sigston

  • Late at Tate Britain December 2013 Photo © Greg Sigston

    Late at Tate Britain December 2013

    Photo: Greg Sigston

Warp x Tate attendance, further information

Owing to the popularity of this event, there is limited capacity and admission is on a first come first served basis. Capacity is particularly limited for those wanting to see the live performances.

We hope everyone who wants to attend can do so through the night and that the process of entry is smooth and painless. 

As Tate is a public gallery, Late at Tate events cannot be ticketed and must be free on a first come first served basis in order to happen. If we hit capacity at a certain stage, as people leave more will be able to enter

Total capacity is spread across the different rooms of the gallery.

Don’t forget! The bar is cash only. 

For live updates on availability, please follow  @Tate on Twitter

Live performances

  • Jeremy Deller presents Acid Brass (live) featuring Fairey Brass Band
  • patten (live AV show)
  • Darkstar (live)

‘The History of the World’ installation commissions

  • Oneohtrix Point Never presents Melancholy
  • Hudson Mohawke presents Summers of Love
  • Rustie presents Rave

Plus

  • A tribute to 808 and 303 by Hellicar & Lewis
  • Other contributions from Jeremy Deller
  • Warp x Dazed films directed by Rollo Jackson
  • Palace Skateboards presents Civil Unrest

Programme

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