Tate Britain Late

Late at Tate Britain: Nostalgia

A night exploring nostalgia inspired by the photography of Joanna Piotrowska

What makes you feel nostalgic? Looking at old photos? Thinking about your childhood? Hearing a long lost song? What kind of things trigger your most deepest memories?

In response to Art Now: Joanna Piotrowska: All Our False Devices, which explores domestic spaces and childhood, the Tate Collective Producers and Omni Culture ask you to immerse yourself in the feeling of nostalgia.



Room 1840

A mix of performance, music and film throughout the night exploring memories, daydreams and love stories. With DJ’s Purple Hvze and A-Raw, live music from Studio 32 Oke, a live drawing participatory performance with artist Emmanuel Unaji and a film screening called Time Flies in Oakland.



Henry Moore Room
18.00 - 21.00

Join this cut and stick workshop to explore how media can trigger nostalgia in your own throwback mood-board.

Make Your Own Throwback Sticker Pack!

Taylor Digital Studio
18.00 – 21.00

Join The Body Recovery Unit in using social media hashtags to collage your own throwback sticker pack or gif catapulting you back into childhood nostalgia.


Old School Games

Clore Studio
18.00 -21.30

A throwback experience where you can play with giant versions of classic childhood games.

Tate Collective Producer x OMNI Culture Showcase

19.00 – 21.30

A projection display of a variety of works which represent nostalgia for people aged 15-25 from different backgrounds.

Show and Tell: Woman With a Camera

Library and Archive Reading Rooms
18.00–21.00, talk 18.30 – 19.00

A display focusing on photography in the Tate Archive from the collections of women artists with a talk from photographer Anne-Katrin Purkiss about her experiences photographing artists and their studios



Manton Studio
18.00 – 21.30

A short film produced by OMNI Culture exploring different mementos that trigger nostalgia.


Reprezent Radio Presents …

Outside Djanogly Café
18.00 – 21.30

Join the voice of young London represent radio and special guests for the sound of the underground.


Joanna Piotrowska in conversation

Art Now Space
19.00 – 20.00

This Late at Tate is in response to the current Art Now exhibition by Joanna Piotrowska. Join us for a conversation with Joanna to find out more about her practice.

About Omni Culture
A multi-disciplinary collective where individuals of different practices collaborate and exhibit their work. They establish a support system to their members by cultivating their skills as creatives.

Tate Britain

London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

3 May 2019 at 18.00–21.30

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