The Tate Modern
Barry J Holmes / Time Out
Time Out says
Thu Dec 6 2012
International modern art from the collection.
Tate Modern Bankside
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Shopping. Art. Painting. Contemporary art. Books and poetry. Fine-art books. Things to do
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What's on at Tate Modern
- Rating: 3/5
- Critics' choice
No one really invented pop art, as all the ingredients were there already: brightly coloured advertisements, consumer goods, pulp fiction. But when Roy Lichtenstein started to copy images of Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse from a kid’s book on to canvas,...
- Rating: 4/5
With the Lebanese artist 97 years old and in the grip of Alzheimer’s disease, it might seem too late to celebrate the life and work of Saloua Raouda Choucair. However, Choucair has never let recognition, or the lack thereof, define her. Still based in...
Drawing and illustration, Film and video, Mixed media, Contemporary art
This first substantial survey of the American artist's work includes key pieces like her collage, ‘Bird in Hand’ and film installation, 'Murmur' that both demonstrate the impact of literature, myth and black popular culture on this acclaimed painter.
The relationship between ruins and historical monuments is explored in this group exhibition featuring six artists with a deep affinity for archeology and architecture. Ra di Martino's photographs, for example, place her as a fictional archeologist documenting...
Film and video
The UK premier of the American artist’s last public commission before his death. The films document a life-size replica of the suburban home Kelley grew up in as it travels to and from his native hometown of Detroit.
The Tate's major autumn show is centred around Paul Klee's intense abstract compositions, works which earned him a position at the forefront of 20th century art. It's hard to imagine now that his art was seen as dangerous enough for the Swiss government...