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Members Private View: Walter Sickert

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painting of a performer in a white dress, spotlit on a stage and surrounded by an audience.

Walter Richard Sickert Little Dot Hetherington at the Bedford Music Hall 1888–89 Private Collection. Photo: James Mann

Explore work from one of Britain's most influential artists during these special times reserved just for you

This is the first major retrospective of Walter Sickert's work at Tate in more than 60 years. Sickert is known for his radical depictions of everyday life while taking inspiration from current events. Creative and colourful, his body of work was ever-changing and can be interpreted in different ways. His lasting impression continues to inspire artists today.

Make a night of it – after you’ve seen the exhibition, why not go for drinks in the Members Room?

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Date & Time

23 May 2022 at 18.45–21.30


Free with ticket for members

Free for Members with the London Private View Pass