Past Event Tate Modern Exhibition

In Focus: Living History

Chris Ofili, ‘No Woman, No Cry’ 1998
Chris Ofili, No Woman, No Cry 1998. Tate. © Chris Ofili, courtesy Victoria Miro Gallery, London
Chris Ofili, ‘No Woman, No Cry’ 1998
Chris Ofili
No Woman, No Cry 1998
Tate
© Chris Ofili, courtesy Victoria Miro Gallery, London

Twenty-five artists are represented in this illuminating display of works that reference some of the most historic events of the last 100 years. Featured works include David Bomberg's evocative depiction of Canadian soldiers during the First World War, and Pablo Picasso's Weeping Women 1936 which mourns the casualties of the Spanish Civil War. Also on display is David Reeb's commentary on the Israeli-Palestine conflict, Let's Have Another War 1997, and Chris Ofili's No Woman No Cry 1998 which was conceived as a touching tribute to the race-hate victim Stephen Lawrence. Interesting and diverse, this display invites viewers to reconsider the relationship between art and history.

Tate Modern

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London SE1 9TG
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Dates

11 November 2006 – 11 November 2007

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