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Tate Britain

London: 1968: 7 May – 31 October 2018

See how the May 68 protests impacted on artists in London, inspiring agit-prop posters and new forms of art

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1730

See British artworks from 1730–1765, including an iconic self-portrait by Hogarth

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1940

See artworks from 1940-1950, which mainly respond to World War II

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1760

Discover artworks from 1760–1780, a period dominated by the work of Sir Joshua Reynolds

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1950

View significant works from 1950–1960, as artists reacted to the post-war period

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1900

Wander a room devoted to art from 1900–1910, a period in flux
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1910

Uncover 1910-1930, one of the most contested periods in art

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Turner as a British Artist

See Turner respond to the varied scenery and subjects he recorded during his travels through Britain

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Tate Archive: Until Autumn 2018

Explore highlights from our archive of items relating to British artists since 1900, including Gilbert & George, Eduardo Paolozzi and ...

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Mark Gertler: 12 February – 21 October 2018

Explore a selection of works by this influential avant-garde British artist

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New Generation Sculpture: Until 4 November 2018

Celebrating the Alistair McAlpine gift in 1970 of sculpture from his collection. Including David Annesley, Michael Bolus, Phillip King, Tim ...

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1650

Explore a time of enormous change in the United Kingdom, from 1650–1730

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Angelica Kauffman: Royal Academician: 18 June – 21 October 2018

Paintings by Angelica Kauffman (1741–1807), one of the two female founding members of the Royal Academy

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1890

View artworks created from 1890–1900, the decade Tate was founded

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Found in Turner’s Studio: Landscape and History

Follow Turner’s artistic experimentation through unexhibited and unfinished works whose innovation often puzzled his contemporaries

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Travelling Light

Observe how Turner took advantage of the conveniences of modern travel to explore new climates and colours 

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Sixty years

Continue to walk through British Art from the 1960s up to the present day

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