Free entry Tate Modern Film

Christian Marclay: The Clock 24-hour Screening

Christian Marclay The Clock 2010. Single channel video, duration: 24 hours © the artist. Courtesy White Cube, London and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

Join us for an overnight screening of the 24-hour cinematic masterpiece

As part of the current display of Christian Marclay’s The Clock 2010 at Tate Modern, there will be a series of twenty-four hour viewings of the installation, offering a rare opportunity to view footage that can only be seen outside of regular opening hours.

Enter at any time during each twenty-four hour period. Admission is free and on a first-come, first-served basis for all visitors, including Tate Members. As there is limited capacity there may be significant waiting times. Outside of regular opening hours​ enter via the Blavatnik Building entrance – the rest of the gallery will be closed. If you need special assistance please call in advance on +44 (0)20 7887 8888.

Tate Members can enjoy a Members-only 24 hour screening on 13 – 14 September and Members Hours on selected dates.

The film features brief periods of nudity and strong language.

Tate Modern

Blavatnik Building Level 2

London SE1 9TG
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6–7 October 2018

3–4 November 2018

1–2 December 2018

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