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Tate Modern

Exhibition

Natalia Goncharova

6 Jun – 8 Sep 2019
A leader of the Russian avant-garde, Natalia Goncharova blazed a trail with her experimental approach to art and design

Artwork

Gwyther Irwin Letter Rain

1959

Artwork

Asger Jorn Letter to my Son

1956–7

Artwork

Zarina Hashmi Letters from Home

2004

Tate Britain

Exhibition

Turner Prize 1995

1 Nov – 3 Dec 1995
Damien Hirst won the Turner Prize 1995

Artwork

Carlos Garaicoa Letter to the Censors

2003

Tate Britain

Exhibition

Turner Prize 1999

20 Oct 1999 – 23 Jan 2000
Steve McQueen was awarded the Turner Prize 1999 and he recieved the £20,000 prize on 30 November

Tate Britain

Exhibition

Turner Prize 1987

24 Nov 1987
Richard Deacon received the Turner Prize 1987

Tate Britain

Exhibition

Turner Prize 1993

3–28 Nov 1993
Rachel Whiteread was the winner of the Turner Prize 1993

Artwork

Thomas Webster A Letter from the Colonies

1852

Tate Modern

Exhibition

Level 2 Gallery: Jill Magid

10 Sep 2009 – 3 Jan 2010
Level 2 Gallery: Jill Magid; past exhibition at Tate Modern

Tate Britain

Exhibition

Turner Prize 1992

4–29 Nov 1992
Grenville Davey was the winner of the Turner Prize 1992

Tate Britain

Exhibition

Turner Prize 1988

1 Jan – 31 Dec 1988
Tony Cragg was awarded the Turner Prize 1988

Artwork

Edwin Austin Abbey The Letter

1890

Artwork

Joseph Mallord William Turner Two Women with a Letter

c.1830

Look Closer

Inside Letter to the Censors

Explore Garaicoa’s installation Letter to the Censors, looking at its inspirations, materials and conservation

Student Resource

Letters and Words Coursework Guide

Discover how artists use letters and words in their art

Letter to the Censors: Introduction

What is Letter to the Censors? Find out about the different elements that make up the installation and what inspired …