Booking Closed Tate Modern Private View

Members Private View: Soul of a Nation

Free for Members with the London Private View Pass only

​Wadsworth Jarrell, Revolutionary 1972 Private Collection © Wadsworth Jarrell

​For Members with the London Private View Pass Only 

Private View Members are invited to see the era-defining artworks that changed the face of art in America before the exhibition opens to the public.

Private Views are the perfect time to see the exhibition outside of gallery hours and are a great social occasion for an evening with friends. Members are invited to attend with a guest, and no booking is required.

Also enjoy the Giacometti exhibition, stay for dinner at the Kitchen & Bar restaurant or go for drinks and a bite to eat in the Members Bar. 

Spanning the period 1963–83, Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power explores how the category ‘Black Art’ was defined, rejected and redefined by artists across the United States. 

Sharing each other’s cultures through the arts provides a true bridge to a healthy respect for one another and arts education in general provides a means to stimulate the mind and exercise creative problem solving
Senga Negundi


Tate Modern

​Please arrive via the Turbine Hall Entrance

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

19 July 2017 at 18.45–21.30

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