Tate Modern

Room one Start Display

Natalie Bell Building Level 2

© Lee Mawdsley

Do we all see colours in the same way? Can colours remind us of a particular place or time? Can colour be an idea?

See works by Josef Albers, William Eggleston and Ceal Floyer, examine the relationship between colours and discover the power of colour to make ordinary subjects look extraordinary.

Ceal Floyer, ‘Monochrome Till Receipt (White)’ 1999
Ceal Floyer
Monochrome Till Receipt (White) 1999
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© Ceal Floyer, courtesy Lisson Gallery, London

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Tate Modern
Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Art in this room

William Eggleston Untitled

1970–3

William Eggleston Untitled

1970–3

All rooms in this display

Room one: Start Display

Do we all see colours in the same way? Can colours remind us of a particular place or time? Can ...

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Room two: Start Display

What emotion do you feel when you think of a colour?

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