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      Tate Archive is 50

      12 October 2020 – 1 May 2022

      Celebrate Tate Archive’s 50th anniversary with a journey through the world’s largest archive of British art

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      Travelling Light

      1 August 2016 - 1 March 2020

      Observe how Turner took advantage of the conveniences of modern travel to explore new climates and colours 

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      Turner and Gothic Cathedrals

      Uncover Turner’s depictions of cathedrals, including a range of work, from precise drawings to loosely painted watercolours

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      Turner as a British Artist

      See Turner respond to the varied scenery and subjects he recorded during his travels through Britain

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      Turner Collection

      Ongoing

      See the world’s largest free display of paintings by J.M.W. Turner and Mark Rothko’s Seagram murals

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      Vital Fragments: Nigel Henderson and the Art of Collage

      Discover the collages of Nigel Henderson, which assemble fragments of image and text to activate them in new ways

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      Walk Through British Art

      Until 31 December 2022

      Walk through time and explore artworks from 1545 to the present day

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      Edward Allington and Pablo Bronstein

      In different ways, Edward Allington and Pablo Bronstein both take inspiration from classical architecture in their work

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      Kim Lim: Carving and Printing

      'Printmaking has always been as important an activity for me as making sculpture'
      – Kim Lim, 1995

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      The Otolith Group: Hydra Decapita

      Kodwo Eshun and Anjalika Sagar’s Hydra Decapita is an Afrofuturist sonic fiction on the art of darkness. It meditates on …

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      Djanogly Ceiling Commission: France-Lise McGurn: Skypark

      Ongoing

      For this Djangoly Café commission, France-Lise McGurn reflects on motherhood, children, city life and intimacy

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      Document or Artwork?

      Until Spring 2023

      Discover how artists have used printed matter as a medium through a selection of artists' books

      Just announced

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      Aldo Tambellini

      Discover the work of Aldo Tambellini, one of the most significant practitioners of expanded media

      Tate Modern
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      Andrea Fraser

      Andrea Fraser's performance satirises the way museums address their visitors

      Tate Modern
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      Artist and Society

      Ongoing

      Explore artworks from Tate's collection that respond to their social and political context

      Tate Modern
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      ARTIST ROOMS: Agnes Martin

      Ongoing

      Contemplate the abstract paintings of Agnes Martin which reflect on perfection, beauty and spirituality

      Tate Modern
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      ARTIST ROOMS: Phyllida Barlow

      Ongoing

      Phyllida Barlow transforms everyday household materials into large-scale sculptural installations

      Tate Modern
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      Atul Dodiya

      Discover Dodiya’s tribute to artists and cultural figures who have inspired him

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      Claude Monet

      Lose yourself in Monet's immersive waterlily paintings

      Tate Modern
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      David Batchelor

      Past display

      See an assemblage of salvaged material transformed into a tower of colourful lightboxes