Contemporary Art from 1960 to NOW at Blavatnik Building, Tate Modern
Tate Modern Blavatnik Building is a global icon for London. It adds a huge variety of new galleries and performance spaces to the already extensive volume of Tate Modern.
Date in Novemberto be confirmed soon.
1,5 hour art tour followed by 1 hour tea/coffee/lunch networking.
£55 for one-time visitor.
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Art tour will take you to explore collections on display at Blavatnik Building level 3 and 4.
When the Tate Modern £260m extension was opened in June 2016, it was named the Switch House, reflecting the previous use of the site for a power station. The new space has already received more than six million visitors since opening.
Now Tate Modern has re-named the new extension ‘The Blavatnik Building’.
PERFORMER AND PARTICIPANT
How artists such as Hélio Oiticica, Marina Abramović, Meschac Gaba and Suzanne Lacy break down the boundaries between art and real life.
Exploring contemporary city life, looking at displacement and migration, subculture and community, power and political uprising. Featuring Mark Bradford, Damien Ortega, Julie Mehretu, Stephen Shore, Birdhead, Monika Sosnowska and Kader Attia.