Free entry Tate Britain Late

Late at Tate Britain: Che Fare?

Mario Merz, ‘Che Fare?’ 1968–73
Mario Merz, Che Fare? 1968–73. Tate / National Galleries of Scotland. © The estate of Mario Merz

A night exploring protest and activism inspired by the agit-prop art in the London: 1968 display

Joseph Beuys, ‘[no title]’ 1973–85
Joseph Beuys
[no title] 1973–85
© DACS, 2018

For October, Late at Tate Britain is inspired by the London: 1968 display, which features works that were influenced by protests that happened in May 1968 in Paris and around the world. Student protesters questioned social, political and cultural establishments. This led artists to question what they were producing.

Join us to reflect on politics and activism in the current age, with a mixture of music, discussion, workshops and performance.

Tate Britain

London SW1P 4RG
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Date & Time

5 October 2018 at 18.00–21.30

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