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Artist and Society: Erkan Özgen

Until 17 Nov 2019
Erkan Özgen’s video asks us to confront the human consequences of the conflict in Syria and reflect on the power ...
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Media Networks: Aldo Tambellini

A leading figure in the interdisciplinary arts scene in New York, Aldo Tambellini is one of the most significant practitioners ...
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Performer and Participant: Paul Neagu

Paul Neagu invited the audience’s active participation with his sculptures and performances
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Materials and Objects: Doris Salcedo

Doris Salcedo’s sculptures and site-specific installations reflect on the violence and displacement caused by colonialism, discrimination, poverty and war
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Artist and Society: Diaristic Photography and the Photobook

This display brings together photobooks and photographs by artists who offer an intimate view into their own lives
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Artist and Society: Yinka Shonibare CBE

Until 17 Nov 2019
The British Library highlights the impact of immigration on British culture and invites visitors to join in the discussion
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In the Studio: Bridget Riley

Until 10 Nov 2019
Should art always be made by the artist’s own hand? Take a look at Bridget Riley's dazzling paintings and decide...
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Living Cities : Explore Artists' Cities

Journey into artists’ studios across the world in this immersive digital space
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Living Cities : Living Cities

This display includes a variety of responses to the modern city from artists around the world, ranging from explorations of ...
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The Tanks: Kemang Wa Lehulere

6 May – 6 Oct 2019
South African artist Kemang Wa Lehulere explores themes relating to history and memory, home and exile, and longing and displacement.
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Living Cities : Naoya Hatakeyama

Explore our relationship with urban and natural landscapes through Naoya Hatakeyama’s photographs of light patterns in Tokyo
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Materials and Objects: Tunga

Intrigued by the unexpected and the inexplicable, Tunga explores the transformation of materials and the magical properties of hair
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Materials and Objects: Mrinalini Mukherjee

Indian artist Mrinalini Mukherjee transformed an everyday material, natural rope, into extraordinary sculptural forms
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Materials and Objects: Sarah Sze

Sarah Sze combines familiar objects to create a fantastical sculpture
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Media Networks: Walead Beshty

Until 1 Dec 2019
Walead Beshty’s Travel Pictures is a series of photographs depicting the ruins of the former Iraqi embassy in East Berlin
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Performer and Participant: Regina José Galindo

Until 24 Nov 2019
One of the most influential performance artists of her generation, Galindo makes work that reflects on power relations, often by ...
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Performer and Participant: Edward Krasiński

The Polish artist Edward Krasiński brought an innovative sense of theatre to his work
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Nan Goldin

Until 27 Oct 2019
Nan Goldin’s The Ballad of Sexual Dependency is a visual diary portraying the life of the artist and her friends ...
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In the Studio: Claude Monet and Mark Rothko

Contemplate the immersive power of large-scale paintings by Monet and Rothko
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Start Display

This display introduces you to some of the best-loved artworks in the Tate collection
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