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【TATE】Tate 2014 exhibition line-up just announced!!





Henri Matisse. The Snail. 1953.

2014 Exhibition Programme

Hot off the Press! Tate has announced its unmissable 2014 exhibition programme today and I'm sure you will agree there is plenty to look forward to. With solo shows from influential artists such as Richard Hamilton,Henri MatisseRichard DeaconJMW Turnerand Piet Mondrian, just to name a few, it is set to be another unrivalled year ahead at Tate. 

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As always, it's down to your vital support that we can continue to provide such a stellar line-up of exhibitions for everyone to enjoy. 


>COMING UP... Tate Modern

 Bird in Hand. 2006. Ellen Gallagher. © Ellen Gallagher. Self Portrait

Ellen Gallagher
Tate Modern
1 May – 1 September

“She is a true artist, an original thinker - perceptive, witty and very modern… Gallagher's work is a whole, densely imagined world. Go and see her, people.”
The Guardian

Next month, Tate Modern will present the UK’s first substantial survey of acclaimed contemporary painter, Ellen Gallagher. This celebrated artist draws from eclectic sources, including literature, music, myth, black popular culture, science fiction and advertising to create iconic and imaginative works. This prolific artist makes use of complex artistic techniques, expect to see collage, painting, drawing, sculpture, film and animation, all in Gallagher’s unique and innovative style – a must see show for sure!

> Ellen Gallagher




. Self Portrait. 1943. Saloua Raouda Choucair. © Saloua Raouda Choucair Foundation

Saloua Raouda Choucair
Tate Modern
17 April – 20 October

Tate Modern presents the first exhibition in the UK of Lebanese artistSaloua Raouda Choucair. Choucair is a pioneer of abstract art in the Middle East and is now becoming recognised as an important figure in the history of global modernism. This exhibition reunites paintings, sculptures and other objects made by the artist over fifty years, reflecting her interests in science, mathematics and Islamic art.

> Read our Choucair Blog

> Saloua Raouda Choucair

Plus, Members can enjoy a 10% discount* at stylish Lebanese canteens, Comptoir Libanais. Simply show your membership card on arrival and indulge in an authentic taste of the Middle East.

*Discount valid for up to 4 people between 17 April – 20 October and excludes merchandise.

Hyperlink. Tate Modern

The Tanks, Tate Modern
26 – 28 April

“If you love music and visual art, you don’t want to miss this event.” Natalie Ferrol, MOBO

Join us for a three day festival of art, music and fashion in Tate Modern’s stunning underground Tanks. Exploring the idea of the ‘six degrees of separation’, Hyperlink invites you to take part in a series of interventions, workshops, performances and installations with artists, photographers, designers and musicians. 

Hyperlink is curated by Tate Collective for young people aged 15–25 and is the first in a series of national festivals being developed as part of Circuit, a new national youth network for the visual arts.

> Hyperlink


SPECIAL OFFER > Hampstead Theatre



A Hampstead Theatre Production
#aiww: The Arrest of Ai Weiwei

11 April - 18 May

In April 2011 the celebrated Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei was arrested in Beijing and disappeared for 81 days. Based on recent conversations with Ai describing his imprisonment, Howard Brenton’s (55 Days and Anne Boleyn) new play affirms the centrality of art and of freedom of speech in civilised society.

> #aiww: The Arrest of Ai Weiwei

> Hampstead Theatre

Tate Members are invited to claim a £24 ticket offer, simply quote ‘TATE’ when booking.

CLICK HERE to book or call 020 7722 9301.

*Offer closes 26 April. Tues - Sat evenings only.

Ai Weiwei . Getty Images
>SPECIAL OFFER > Moore Rodin


Moore Rodin. The Henry   Moore Foundation.

Moore Rodin
The Henry Moore Foundation
29 March – 27 October
25% discount

The Henry Moore Foundation will present work by acclaimed French sculptor Auguste Rodin alongside their own collection in the rolling Hertfordshire hills of Moore’s former home in Perry Green.

"The relationship between figure and landscape is one of the key themes of this major exhibition, for the first time giving an opportunity to see the work of both artists side by side in Moore's own surroundings."Anita Feldman, exhibition curator.

The exhibition is open from Wednesday - Sunday and Tate Members are invited to claim a 25% discount on a full adult price ticket all season, simply present your membership card on arrival.

> More Info





Lichtenstein: A Retrospective
Twitter Tour
25 April

Are you dotty about Lichtenstein
Do you want to know the stories behind his iconic Pop Art paintings?

Take part in the first ever exhibition tour live on Twitter, followed by a Q&A with Lichtenstein Co-curator Iria Candela. 

Join in with @Tate on Twitter, Thursday 25 April at 18:00 #TateTour

> More Info

Oh, Jeff...I Love You, Too...But... 1964. Collection Simonyi © the Lichtenstein Estate/DACS2012




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Image credits: Top left:The Snail. 1953. Henri Matisse© Succession H. Matisse / DACS 2013. 2nd row left - right: Bird in Hand. 2006. Ellen Gallagher. © Ellen Gallagher. Self Portrait. 1943. Saloua Raouda Choucair. © Saloua Raouda Choucair Foundation. Loud Tate. 2011 © Richard Cook.. 3rd Row: Ai Weiwei
. Getty Images. 4th row: Auguste Rodin, Cybele, large model 1905 with other sculptures in the gardens at Perry Green. Mike Bruce by permission of The Henry Moore Foundation
Musée Rodin, Paris.5th Row: Oh, Jeff...I Love You, Too...But… 1964. Collection Simonyi © the Lichtenstein Estate/DACS2012

Offers courtesy Hampstead Theatre, The Henry Moore Foundation,


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