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Richard HamiltonRichard HamiltonRichard HamiltonThe first major retrospective of one of Britain's most influential 20th Century artists, following his death in 2011. Richard Hamilton's work in the 1950s, using collage and imagery from the mass media and advertising, is widely considered the foundation of pop art, exemplified by the memorably titled 'Just What Is It That Makes Today's Homes So Di21st April 2014Monday 26th May 2014 Where:
Tate Modern, † Bankside Power Station† 25 Sumner Street† † SE1 9TG
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Richard Hamilton
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Painting
DATES13th February to 26th May 2014
The first major retrospective of one of Britain's most influential 20th Century artists, following his death in 2011. Richard Hamilton's work in the 1950s, usi...†More about this event
Henri Matisse: The Cut-OutsHenri Matisse: The Cut-OutsHenri Matisse: The Cut-OutsIn this exhibition of the work of Henri Matisse (1869-1954), Tate Modern ignores the artist's famous colourist paintings to focus instead on his paper cut-outs. Made during the last decade of his life, when Matisse was often too ill to work at an easel, the cut-outs, or gouaches découpées, are arrangements of simple painted-paper shapes that neve21st April 2014Sunday 7th September 2014 Where:
Tate Modern, † Bankside Power Station† 25 Sumner Street† † SE1 9TG
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Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Painting
DATES16th April to 7th September 2014
In this exhibition of the work of Henri Matisse (1869-1954), Tate Modern ignores the artist's famous colourist paintings to focus instead on his paper cut-outs...†More about this event
Harry CallahanHarry CallahanOne of America's photographic pioneers, Harry Callahan (1912-1999) is hugely influential yet his work is little known in the UK. Tate Modern's large, free display aims to put that right with works representing all stages of his long career - from black and white works in the 1960s and '70s to colour dye transfers in the 1980s, and to large blac21st April 2014Saturday 31st May 2014 Where:
Tate Modern, † Bankside Power Station† 25 Sumner Street† † SE1 9TG
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Free EventOngoing
Harry Callahan
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Photography†|†PRICINGFree
DATES9th December 2013 to 31st May 2014
One of America's photographic pioneers, Harry Callahan (1912-1999) is hugely influential yet his work is little known in the UK. Tate Modern's large, free disp...†More about this event
William EgglestonWilliam EgglestonTate Modern dedicates rooms to three iconic US photographers - William Eggleston (until 11th May 2014), Harry Callahan (until 31st May) and Robert Mapplethorpe (self-portraits, from 5th May). The William Eggleston display, part of Energy and Process at on Level 4 at Tate Modern, shows a selection of photographs by the Memphis-based artist looking a21st April 2014Sunday 11th May 2014 Where:
Tate Modern, † Bankside Power Station† 25 Sumner Street† † SE1 9TG
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Free EventOngoing
William Eggleston
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Photography†|†PRICINGFree
DATES15th April 2013 to 11th May 2014
Tate Modern dedicates rooms to three iconic US photographers - William Eggleston (until 11th May 2014), Harry Callahan (until 31st May) and Robert Mapplethorpe...†More about this event
Robert MapplethorpeRobert MapplethorpePhotographs and self portraits by the avant-garde American artist are the subject of a free display at Tate Modern where works by three iconic US photographers can be seen in close proximity to one another. Alongside the Robert Mapplethorpe self portraits, available from 5th May, are rooms dedicated to William Eggleston (until 11th May), Harry Call5th May 2014Sunday 1st March 2015 Where:
Tate Modern, † Bankside Power Station† 25 Sumner Street† † SE1 9TG
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Free EventOn Soon
Robert Mapplethorpe
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Photography†|†PRICINGFree
DATES5th May 2014 to 1st March 2015
Photographs and self portraits by the avant-garde American artist are the subject of a free display at Tate Modern where works by three iconic US photographers...†More about this event
Chloe Dewe Matthews: Tate Modern And You: Sunday ServiceChloe Dewe Matthews: Tate Modern And You: Sunday ServicePhotographs and film documenting some of the many black majority churches based in Southwark, including Liberty House in Camberwell, focusing on spaces of worship created in former warehouses, factories and bingo halls.28th May 2014Sunday 13th July 2014 Where:
Tate Modern, † Bankside Power Station† 25 Sumner Street† † SE1 9TG
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Free Event
Chloe Dewe Matthews: Tate Modern And You: Sunday Service
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Photography†|†PRICINGFree
DATES28th May to 13th July 2014
Photographs and film documenting some of the many black majority churches based in Southwark, including Liberty House in Camberwell, focusing on spaces of wors
Kazimir MalevichKazimir MalevichA major retrospective of Kazimir Malevich, leading pioneer of abstract art in Russia whose work was banned in the Soviet Union in the Thirties, opens at Tate Modern this July. The exhibition is described as "unprecedented in its scope" with some 500 works on display promising to "shed new light" on Malevich's career. Kiev-born Malevich was a key fi16th July 2014Sunday 26th October 2014 Where:
Tate Modern, † Bankside Power Station† 25 Sumner Street† † SE1 9TG
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Kazimir Malevich
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Painting
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DATES16th July to 26th October 2014
A major retrospective of Kazimir Malevich, leading pioneer of abstract art in Russia whose work was banned in the Soviet Union in the Thirties, opens at Tate M...†More about this event
100 Years Later: Conflict, Time, Photography100 Years Later: Conflict, Time, PhotographyTaking place to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, this exhibition at Tate Moden concerns the relationship between photography and sites of conflict over time. It will look at the different perspectives cameras have brought to the sites they have depicted over time: from works made a few moments or one day after conflict, to those ma19th November 2014Monday 6th April 2015 Where:
Tate Modern, † Bankside Power Station† 25 Sumner Street† † SE1 9TG
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100 Years Later: Conflict, Time, Photography
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DATES19th November 2014 to 6th April 2015
Taking place to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, this exhibition at Tate Moden concerns the relationship between photography and sites of conf...†More about this event
Conflict, Time, PhotographyConflict, Time, PhotographyImages exploring the relationship between photography and battlegrounds over time, marking the centenary of the First World War.27th November 2014Tuesday 14th April 2015 Where:
Tate Modern, † Bankside Power Station† 25 Sumner Street† † SE1 9TG
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Free Event
Conflict, Time, Photography
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Photography†|†PRICINGFree
DATES27th November 2014 to 14th April 2015 - 10am-6pm
Images exploring the relationship between photography and battlegrounds over time, marking the centenary of the First World War.
 
 

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Harry Callahan
Exhibitions | Until 31st May 2014 

Tate Modern

One of America's photographic pioneers, Harry Callahan (1912-1999) is hugely influential yet his work is little known in the UK. ...More

William Eggleston
Exhibitions | Until 11th May 2014 

Tate Modern

Tate Modern dedicates rooms to three iconic US photographers - William Eggleston (until 11th May 2014), Harry Callahan (until 31st ...More

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs
Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs
Exhibitions | Until 7th September 2014 

Tate Modern

In this exhibition of the work of Henri Matisse (1869-1954), Tate Modern ignores the artist's famous colourist paintings to focus ...More

 
Richard Hamilton
Richard Hamilton
Exhibitions | Until 26th May 2014 

Tate Modern

The first major retrospective of one of Britain's most influential 20th Century artists, following his death in 2011. Richard Hamilton's ...More

 
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tours
Tours | Until 31st December 2015 

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre 3 minutes walk from Tate Modern

Founded by actor and director Sam Wanamaker, the Globe as it's seen today is a reconstruction of the original Elizabethan ...More

Milton Keynes Printmakers
Exhibitions | Until 4th May 2014 

Gabriel's Wharf 8 minutes walk from Tate Modern

Featuring works from Lindsey Graham, Iain Hodgkinson, Deborah Hopson-Wolpe, Virginia Margerison, June Meadows, Di Oliver and Lynne Thirkell....More

Sokari Douglas Camp CBE: All The World Is Now Richer
Exhibitions | Until 6th June 2014 

St Paul's Cathedral 9 minutes walk from Tate Modern

Six life-sized steel figures representing stages of the story of slavery, created by the Nigerian-born, British artist....More

Oh My Sweet Land
Oh My Sweet Land
Theatre | Until 3rd May 2014 

The Young Vic 9 minutes walk from Tate Modern

Oh My Sweet Land looks at the crisis in Syria, as told through the stories of the country's two million ...More

 
A View from the Bridge
A View from the Bridge
Theatre | Until 24th May 2014 

The Young Vic 9 minutes walk from Tate Modern

Award-winning and internationally renowned director, Ivo van Hove, whose theatrical adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's Scenes from a Marriage played at ...More

 
Jeremy Barlow ROI: One Man Show
Exhibitions | Until 26th April 2014 

Llewellyn Alexander Gallery 10 minutes walk from Tate Modern

60 Oil paintings by Britain's finest landscape painter. Pictures of Paris, South of France, Italy and Norfolk....More

 
 
 
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