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  2. Exhibition: Tate Modern
    9 October 20148 February 2015

    Sigmar Polke was one of the most insatiably experimental artists of the twentieth century. This retrospective is the first to bring together...

  3. Exhibition: Tate Modern
    26 November 201415 March 2015

    From the seconds after a bomb is detonated to a former scene of battle years after a war has ended, this moving exhibition focuses on the passing...

  4. Exhibition: Tate Modern
    14 October 20146 April 2015

    Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall has played host to some of the world’s most striking and memorable works of contemporary art. Now, this vast space...

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  5. Exhibitions and displays

  6. Display: Tate Modern
    28 April – 30 November 2014

    Spanning more than thirty years, this selection of paintings by the American artist Alex Katz testifies to his extraordinarily fresh and vibrant...

    Part of the series: ARTIST ROOMS
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  7. Display: Tate Modern
    5 May 30 November 2014

    In these abstract paper works by Bengali artist Somnath Hore, techniques such as burning and scarring bear witness to the traumas of contemporary...

  8. Display: Tate Modern
    9 May 30 November 2014

    Using carefully edited video footage, Omer Fast examines the conventions of media reportage, storytelling and historical representation. The...

    Free
  9. Display: Tate Modern
    23 May 30 November 2014

    Beryl Korot’s video installation Dachau 1974 explores themes of history and memory through the interweaving of images across multiple screens....

    Free
  10. Display: Tate Modern
    Open every day

    Opening the Transformed Visions wing are two sculptures that explore the hybridisation of the body. The central room in this wing looks at the...

    Free
  11. Display: Tate Modern
    Open every day

    The fundamental question for many artists in the middle of the twentieth century was how to continue to make art after the catastrophes of world...

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  12. Display: Tate Modern
    Open every day

    Mark Rothko saw these paintings as objects of contemplation, demanding the viewer’s complete absorption. In the late 1950s, Rothko was commissioned...

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  13. Display: Tate Modern
    Open every day

    This room brings together two bodies of work that confront the violence and atrocities of contemporary war and civil society. Vietnam II 1973...

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  14. Display: Tate Modern
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    Themes of memory and cultural dislocation are explored in the work of two artists who combine modernist abstraction with autobiographical and...

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  15. Display: Tate Modern
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    In 1909 Georges Braque’s paintings were described as made of ‘little cubes’. The insult was soon embraced as a name for this new vision of the...

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  16. Display: Tate Modern
    16 June 201412 April 2015

    Though she is most widely recognised for her ambitious sculptures, Louise Bourgeois also produced a large body of works on paper throughout her...

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  17. Exhibition: Tate Modern
    5 February 10 May 2015

    Born in South Africa in 1953, Marlene Dumas moved to the Netherlands in 1976 and has become one of the most prominent painters of her generation....

  18. Display: Tate Modern
    Open every day

    This display brings together a selection of contemporary sculpture by international artists who use everyday objects and a wide range of materials...

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  19. Display: Tate Modern
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    The imaginary architectures of Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin rethink the city as a dream landscape, blending memories of the past with visions...

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  20. Display: Tate Modern
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    Nicholas Hlobo weaves, plaits and stitches together disparate materials such as satin ribbon and the inner tubes of car tyres to create...

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  21. Display: Tate Modern
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    From parking lots and highways to suburban houses and hotel lobbies, Henry Wessel’s technically sophisticated photographs depict America’s social...

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  22. Exhibition: Tate Modern
    15 April 9 August 2015

    Sonia Delaunay (1885–1979) was a key figure in the Parisian avant-garde and became the European doyenne of abstract art. Throughout the first...

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