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    Martin Creed slow London
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  • Address:

    Tate Britain Millbank
    London
    SW1P 4RG

  • Venue phone:

    020 7887 8888

  • Venue website:

    www.tate.org.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Daily 10am-6pm (last admission for special exhibitions 5.15pm)

  • Transport:

    Tube: Pimlico/Vauxhall

  • Price:

    Free (permanent collection); admission charge applies for some temporary exhibitions

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Barbara Hepworth

Sculpture

The last time there was a major retrospective of Barbara Hepworth’s work in London, the First Lady of British modernism attended herself (we’re hoping she wore her fabulous fur coat). That was in 1968. Forty-odd years later, Tate Britain’s summer 2015...

Barbara Hepworth
  1. Wed Jun 24 – Sun Oct 25
  2. Tate Britain
  3. £tba
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Karen Knorr: BP Spotlight

Photography

  • Rating: 3/5

The politics of representation was a hot topic in the 1970s and ’80s. Culture wars were in full swing and identity (gender, race, class, you name it) was up for grabs. Photographer Karen Knorr must have thought just that when she set out to capture, in...

Karen Knorr: BP Spotlight
  1. Wed Jan 28 – Sun Mar 29
  2. Tate Britain
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Wally McDonald

Loved Turner and Bacon paintings and many more. Beautiful building and free admission with option for donation which makes the Tate accessible to everyone visiting London. Great gift shop.

Andy Allen

Really interesting! There is a film piece by Douglas Gordon called 'Play Dead; Real Time' which I could honestly watch for hours.