Tate Britain Talk

Queer Talks Through British Art

Sir Cedric Morris, Bt, ‘Lucian Freud’ 1941
Sir Cedric Morris, Bt, Lucian Freud 1941. Tate. © The estate of Sir Cedric Morris

Hear personal perspectives on Tate Britain's collection from artists and members of Tate's LGBTQ+ staff network, with talks popping up throughout the galleries across the day

Sixty Years Gallery
Andrew Cummings on Untitled from the series Reflections of the Black Experience, Sunil Gupta

1900s Gallery
Jennifer Milarski-Stermsek on And The Sea Gave Up The Dead Which Were In It, Frederic Leighton

1900s gallery
Sadie Lee on Ena and Betty, Daughters of Asher and Mrs Wertheimer, John Singer Sargent

1950s gallery
Helen Davidson on Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion, Francis Bacon

1950s Gallery
Jessie McLaughlin on Dead Hen, Dame Elizabeth Frink

Tate Britain

London SW1P 4RG
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Date & Time

23 June 2018 at 14.30–17.00