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Walk Through British Art: 1940

See artworks from 1940–1950, which mainly respond to World War II
Free entry

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Turner Collection

See the world’s largest collection of Turner’s work in changing displays in the Clore Gallery
Free entry

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Walk Through British Art: 1760

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

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Walk Through British Art: 1730

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

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Spotlights: John Opie

Until 23 Feb 2020
Against the odds, working-class Cornish painter John Opie became one of the most celebrated artists in late eighteenth-century London
Free entry

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Spotlights: Lubaina Himid

Until 26 Apr 2020
Discover the intimate portrayal of women in Lubaina Himid's paintings
Free entry

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Spotlights: Len Lye Film Animations

Until 17 May 2020
Explore Len Lye's open and imaginative approach to experimental film-making
Free entry

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Turner Collection: Turner and Gothic Cathedrals

Uncover Turner’s depictions of cathedrals, including a range of work, from precise drawings to loosely painted watercolours
Free entry

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Edith Tudor-Hart and Wolfgang Suschitzky

27 May – 17 Nov 2019
This room presents a selection of photographs by Edith Tudor-Hart and her younger brother Wolfgang Suschitzky
Free entry

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Turner Collection: Turner as a British Artist

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

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1910

6 Jan – 1 Dec 2019
Uncover 1910–1930, one of the most contested periods in art
Free entry

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The Marie-Louise Von Motesiczky Archive Gallery

Until 22 Mar 2020
Celebrate the life and work of Marie-Louise von Motesiczky
Free entry

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Walk Through British Art: 1950

Until 29 Mar 2020
Discover the abstract art that artists in Britain were exploring throughout the 1950s
Free entry

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Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston

13 May – 17 Nov 2019
Isaac Julien’s film Looking for Langston breaks down traditional divisions between different art forms
Free entry

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Walk Through British Art: 1650

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

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Turner Collection: Found in Turner’s Studio: Landscape and History

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

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Turner Collection: Travelling Light

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

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Walk Through British Art: 60 years

Until 17 May 2020
Celebrate the work of British women artists from 1960s to the present day 
Free entry

Tate St Ives

Modern Art and St Ives

Explore the history of modern art in St Ives

Tate St Ives

Modern Art and St Ives: New directions after 1960

This gallery shows examples of the diverse array of influences on modern british painting from the 1960s onwards