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Tate Modern

Tate Modern: literally an art powerhouse, it was designed by the architect of Battersea Power Station and has been dominating the South Bank's tourist trade ever since it reopened as a gallery in the late 1990s. The mighty Turbine Hall is home to annual Unilever installations that tend to send the public into a frenzy, while elsewhere you'll find the Tate's modern art collections. Rothko, Matisse, Beuys: every heavyweight you could wish for, all present and correct. Journeying from gallery to gallery, you can take a free tour of the greatest movements of the 20th century - but chances are your eye will be caught by the latest blockbuster, for which you'll have to pay, and probably also wrestle for viewing space.


Tel: 020 7887 8888
Opening Times: Sun–Thu, 10am–6pm; Fri–Sat, 10am–10pm

What's On

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    A Retrospective Of Two Russian Artists

    Until Sunday 28th January 2018

    Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, two Russian born artists, are renowned for their large installation pieces. At the Tate Modern until the end of January will be a major retrospective of their work. They have been working together since the late 80s and the exhibition will trace their work from the start point, right through to the present day.

    £22.60d 2
    • 2 x Adult: £11.30 each
    • 0 x Child: £10.00 each
    • 0 x OAP: £10.30 each
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    Funny Art For The Masses

    Until Monday 2nd April 2018

    The Hyundai Commission have awarded this years exhibition to Danish collective Superflex. They are well know for adding a humorous twist to their work, such as flooding a recreated McDonalds restaurant in the past. Forward thinking and always thought provoking, Superflex will be in the Tate Modern for six months.

    FREEd 2
    • 2 x Adult: Free
    • 0 x Child: Free
    • 0 x OAP: Free
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