Barkley Hendricks, Icon for My Man Superman (Superman Never Saved any Black People--Bobby Seale), 1969. Oil, acrylic and aluminium leaf on linen canvas, 1511.3 x 1219.2 mm
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Spike Lee with Maria Balshaw

12 July 2017 at 19.00–20.30

Barkley Hendricks, Icon for My Man Superman (Superman Never Saved any Black People--Bobby Seale), 1969. Oil, acrylic and aluminium leaf on linen canvas, 1511.3 x 1219.2 mm

Join legendary film director Spike Lee as he discusses the art that shaped his career with new Tate director Maria Balshaw

Spike Lee is one of the most celebrated figures in American cinema, widely acclaimed for directing films such as Do The Right Thing (1989), Malcolm X (1992), 25th Hour (2002) and, most recently, Chi-Raq (2015). This is a unique opportunity to hear him reflect on the art and history explored in the exhibition Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power and how it has influenced his career. Lee will be in conversation with new Tate director Maria Balshaw.​

Venue

Starr Cinema

Tate Modern
Bankside
London
SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

12 July 2017 at 19.00–20.30

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