Family Matters, The Family of British Art

 
 

THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 24TH FEBRUARY 2013

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Tate Britain, Millbank, Westminster, London SW1P 4RG 
 
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Dates:
15th October 2012 until 24th February 2013
 
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Saturday-Thursday 10am-6pm | Friday 10am-10pm
 

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Part of Tate Britain's BP British Art Displays, Family Matters: The Family of British Art looks at how family life has been portrayed in British art over 400 years. It includes public displays of genealogy, depictions of private relationships, idealised visions of domesticity and images of the fragmented reality that can sometimes be family life. Displaying work from artists such as Bill Brandt, David Hockney and Michael Andrews, it's represents families as a vision of strength, a fragile unit and a depiction of questionable values.

 

About Tate Britain

Overlooking the River Thames, Tate Britain was originally founded through the philanthropy of the sugar magnate Sir Henry Tate. The Tate legacy now encompasses three other galleries around the UK, including Tate Modern also in London. Dedicated to showcasing Britain's artistic talent, Tate Britain is home to the greatest collection of British art from 1500 to the present day. More about Tate Britain

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Tate Britain,   Millbank      SW1P 4RG
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Tate Britain turns the tables and instead of focussing on an artist, looks at the influence of revered art historian Kenneth Clark (1903-1983). His 1969 BBC series Civilisation - a history of western art, architecture and philosophy - is still regarded as a classic piece of documentary television that popularised art history. As a patron, collector... More about this event
 
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Tate Britain,   Millbank      SW1P 4RG
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event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Painting
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VENUE  Tate Britain 
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Tate Britain,   Millbank      SW1P 4RG
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event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions | PRICING  Free  
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Tate Britain,   Millbank      SW1P 4RG
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VENUE  Tate Britain 
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Tate Britain,   Millbank      SW1P 4RG
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Tate Britain,   Millbank      SW1P 4RG
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VENUE  Tate Britain 
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Tate Britain,   Millbank      SW1P 4RG
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VENUE  Tate Britain 
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Tate Britain,   Millbank      SW1P 4RG
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Tate Britain,   Millbank      SW1P 4RG
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Tate Britain,   Millbank      SW1P 4RG
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event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Sculpture | PRICING  Free  
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