Life & CultureTate Britain Announces Re-opening of Galleries on July 27th

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Tate Britain has announced that all four of its galleries will be re-opening on July 27th after the coronavirus lockdown. Highlights of the revised programme will include Andy Warhol, Aubrey Beardsley and Steve McQueen.

In a statement issues on June 30th, the Tate said: “We’re excited to let you know that all four of our galleries will be reopening on 27 July.

“We’ve been working hard to welcome you back safely, so you’ll see a few changes around the gallery. All visitors will need to book a timed ticket in advance for both our free collection displays and special exhibitions.

Tickets go on sale very soon!”

Visit the website here for exhibition dates and ticket details.

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Programme Highlights

TATE MODERN – ANDY WARHOL
Andy Warhol is presented in The Eyal Ofer Galleries. This exhibition is in partnership with Bank of America. With additional support from the Andy Warhol Exhibition Supporters Circle, Tate Americas Foundation, Tate International Council, Tate Patrons and Tate Members

Andy Warhol Ladies and Gentlemen
Andy Warhol Ladies and Gentlemen (Lurdes Wilhelmina Ross) 1975 (detail) Italian private collection © 2020 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Licensed by DACS, London

TATE MODERN – ZANELE MUHOLI
Zanele Muholi is supported by the Zanele Muholi Exhibition Supporters Circle, Tate Patrons and Tate Members. Research supported by Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational in partnership with Hyundai Motor. Exhibition organised by Tate Modern in collaboration with the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, Gropius Bau, Berlin and Bildmuseet at Umeå University

Zanele Muholi Ntozakhe II
Zanele Muholi Ntozakhe II, Parktown 2016 (detail) Courtesy the artist and Stevenson Gallery © Zanele Muholi

TATE BRITAIN – AUBREY BEARDSLEY
Aubrey Beardsley is supported by the Aubrey Beardsley Exhibition Supporters Circle, Tate Americas Foundation and Tate Members. Exhibition organised by Tate Britain in collaboration with the Musée d’Orsay, Paris

Aubrey Beardsley The Climax
Aubrey Beardsley The Climax 1893 (published 1907) (detail). Stephen Calloway.

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TATE BRITAIN – TURNER’S MODERN WORLD
Turner’s Modern World is supported by the Manton Foundation. With additional support from the Turner’s Modern World Exhibition Supporters Circle, Tate Americas Foundation, Tate Patrons and Tate Members. Organised by Tate Britain in collaboration with the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Turner, Rain, Steam and Speed
Joseph Mallord William Turner, Rain, Steam and Speed exhibited 1844 (detail). The National Gallery, London. © The National Gallery, London

TATE MODERN – HYUNDAI COMMISSION: KARA WALKER
Hyundai Commission: Kara Walker in partnership with Hyundai Motor. Supported by Sikkema Jenkins & Co. with additional support from Tate Americas Foundation

Kara Walker Fons Americanus
Kara Walker Fons Americanus Tate Modern 2019. Photo: © Tate​ (Matt Greenwood)

TATE BRITAIN – STEVE McQUEEN: YEAR 3
Steve McQueen: Year 3 is a partnership between Tate, Artangel and A New Direction. Supported by Joseph and Abigail Baratta, De Ying Foundation and Bloomberg Philanthropies, with additional support from Dana and Albert R. Broccoli Charitable Foundation, The Garcia Family Foundation, Wagner Foundation and Tate Americas Foundation

Steve McQueen, Year 3 Project
Steve McQueen, Year 3 Project, Merton, Poplar Primary School, © Steve McQueen and Tate

See also:  Tate Modern Presents Major Exhibition of the Art of Steve McQueen

TATE LIVERPOOL – DON McCULLIN
Legendary British photographer Don McCullin (b. 1935). See more than 250 iconic photographs captured over the last 60 years. The exhibition includes poignant images of conflict taken in Vietnam and Syria.

Don McCullin, Liverpool
Don McCullin, Liverpool c. 1970 (detail) © Don McCullin

TATE ST IVES – NAUM GABO
Naum Gabo was associated with the Constructivists at the time of the Russian Revolution of 1917. They saw an artistic renewal as part of the revolution and embraced new scientific theories and industrial materials.

Naum Gabo,Head No. 2 1916, enlarged version 1964

 

 

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