Schwitters In Britain

Tate Britain , Westminster Tuesday February 19 2013 10:00 - 18:00

The nihilistic destructiveness at the heart of the Dadaist momevement is perfectly embodied in the work of Kurt Schwitters, a German artist and poet who fled to Britain to escape Nazi persecution in 1940. The exhibition features prime examples of his 'Merz' approach to collage, where any material could be imbued with artistic potential.

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Venue name: Tate Britain
Address: Millbank
Opening hours: Daily 10am-6pm (last admission for special exhibitions 5.15pm)
Transport: Tube: Pimlico/Vauxhall
Price: £10
Event phone: 020 7887 8008