This route through Tate Modern begins in the Natalie Bell building. Spread across two floors overlooking the river Thames, the displays in this part of the building explore the many different approaches to art from 1900 to now. The route then continues via the Level 4 bridge to the Blavatnik Building, where the displays tell the story of how art became active since the 1960s.
You can visit all or some of the galleries on this route, as long as you follow the one-way system designed to keep all visitors safe. There will also be access to toilets, a shop and an opportunity to buy food and drink.
What you can see
In the Natalie Bell building you can see how artists have innovated and how they have responded to the mass media and social change. Along the way you will see work by artists including Henri Matisse, Agnes Martin, Dia al-Azzawi and the Guerrilla Girls. There are also room-sized installations by artists including Yinka Shonibare CBE, Cildo Meireles and Sarah Sze.
In the Blavatnik building you can explore the Performer and Participant display which looks at artists who broke down the barriers between art and real life, with artists including Paul Neagu and Ana Lupas. The Living Cities display explores contemporary city life, with artists such as Mark Bradford and Monika Sosnowska. You will also be able to see ARTIST ROOMS: Ed Ruscha, a multiple room display of work by the influential American artist, known for his bold slogans.
There will also be an opportunity to see Hyundai Commission: Kara Walker in the Turbine Hall.