Tate Modern Exhibition

BMW Tate Live Exhibition Ten Days Six Nights

Joan Jonas Reanimation 2010/2012/2013 Multimedia installation. Courtesy Joan Jonas and Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York/Rome. Photography: Thomas Müller

Tate Modern’s innovative live exhibition returns for ten days and six nights of free and ticketed performances and installations

This year’s annual live exhibition celebrates the work and influence of Joan Jonas, a pioneer of performance. Ten Days Six Nights 2018 features performances by Jonas together with the renowned jazz pianist and composer Jason Moran; Chilean-American artist Sylvia Palacios Whitman and Turner Prize winner Mark Leckey.

Explore free daytime installations in the Tanks including Jonas’s spellbinding installation Reanimation; two early sculptural works by Jonas and a new work by Jumana Emil Abboud drawing on Palestinian folklore and fairy tales.

In addition to a ticketed night programme, you can watch free performances of Jonas’s Mirror Piece II. At low tide the exhibition extends outside for a new version of Jonas’s performance Delay Delay, an outdoor ritual performed on the shore of the River Thames.

The live exhibition demonstrates the lasting legacy of Jonas’s work and its powerful impact on contemporary artists today.

Daytime installations and performances are free.

Tate Modern

The Tanks

London SE1 9TG
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16–25 March 2018

Night Programme

Tate Modern Performance

BMW Tate Live Exhibition: Joan Jonas with Jason Moran

16 Mar 2018, 17 Mar 2018

Don't miss a unique live exchange combining piano with video projections and improvisational actions

Tate Modern Performance

BMW Tate Live Exhibition: Joan Jonas: Early Works

20 Mar 2018, 21 Mar 2018

Revisit three pioneering works by Joan Jonas

Tate Modern Performance

BMW Tate Live Exhibition: Sylvia Palacios Whitman with Christopher Rauschenberg

23 Mar 2018

UK debut of Chilean-American artist Sylvia Palacios Whitman

Tate Modern Performance

BMW Tate Live Exhibition: Sylvia Palacios Whitman + Mark Leckey

24 Mar 2018

Turner Prize-winner Mark Leckey exorcises the museum

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Joan Jonas

14 Mar – 5 Aug 2018

A pioneer of performance

Art Term

Performance art

Artworks that are created through actions performed by the artist or other participants, which may be live or recorded, spontaneous ...