Posts Tagged "tate britain"

London Exhibitions: Last Chance to See

If you’ve been meaning to see Gauguin at Tate Modern or Diaghilev at the V&A, now’s your last chance. Many high-profile London exhibitions are closing over the next fortnight to make way for exciting new shows. These exhibitions are all in their final days – …

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Eadweard Muybridge: A Peculiar Pioneer

Tate Britain’s new exhibition of 19th Century photographs by Eadweard Muybridge left me thinking not just about the power of his images (which laid the foundations for cinema) but also about Muybridge’s strange personality. Among prints of the American wilderness, stunning …

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London Exhibitions: Last Chance to See

Every September, the current crop of London exhibitions close to make way for exciting new shows. That means it’s your last chance to see some of the summer’s hottest exhibitions… Closing on 5 September: Rude Britannia: British Comic Art Ernesto …

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What’s On in London This Weekend

This weekend, don’t miss the free and fabulous London Mela and if you’ve been meaning to see Tate Britain’s Henry Moore exhibition, now’s your last chance! Head to Kingston for B Fest music and shopping festival at The Bentall Centre. …

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Chris Ofili at Tate Britain

This morning’s press view of the new Chris Ofili exhibition at Tate Britain was the perfect antidote to a rainy, grey Monday. Viewed from afar, the large canvases are striking, bright and full of colour. On closer inspection, you can …

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Turner Prize Winner Announced

Richard Wright has won this year’s Turner Prize. The winner was announced last night at Tate Britain. The artist was nominated for his intricate wall paintings, which feature images and patterns from medieval paintings, graphics and typography. For the Turner Prize 2009 …

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Turner Prize at Tate Britain

The Turner Prize exhibition opens today at Tate Britain and, as ever, it’s guaranteed to be controversial. Roger Hiorns’ work includes a heap of dust from an atomised passenger jet engine, and sculptures made from cows’ brains. Enrico David’s exhibits include …

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