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Tate Modern

Venue Display
Tate Modern
London SE1 9TG
United Kingdom
Venue Type: Museum

london bridge, southbank

April 17th - September 7th The Cut-Outs
Henri Matisse
February 13th - May 26th Solo Exhibition
Richard Hamilton
December 9th, 2013 - May 31st HARRY CALLAHAN
Harry Callahan
October 28th, 2013 - August 31st ANDREA FRASER
Andrea Fraser
July 11th, 2013 - May 4th In the Artist Rooms: Gerhard Richter
Gerhard Richter
July 5th, 2013 - May 11th Transformed Visions: Miyako Ishiuchi
Miyako Ishiuchi
May 13th, 2013 - May 11th Poetry and Dream: Graciela Iturbide
Graciela Iturbide
April 15th, 2013 - May 11th Energy and Process: William Eggleston
William Eggleston
April 1st, 2013 - April 27th In the Artist Rooms: Dan Flavin
Dan Flavin
Sun-Thurs 10-6; Fri-Sat 10-10
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Tate Modern is the national gallery of international modern art. Located in London, it is one of the family of four Tate galleries which display selections from the Tate Collection. The Collection comprises the national collection of British art from the year 1500 to the present day, and of international modern art. The other three galleries are Tate Britain, also in London, Tate Liverpool, in the north-west, and Tate St Ives, in Cornwall, in the south-west. The entire Tate Collection is available online.

Created in the year 2000 from a disused power station in the heart of London, Tate Modern displays the national collection of international modern art. This is defined as art since 1900. International painting pre-1900 is found at the National Gallery, and sculpture at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Tate Modern includes modern British art where it contributes to the story of modern art, so major modern British artists may be found at both Tate Modern and Tate Britain.

Tate Modern celebrates its 5th birthday with a celebratory publication, including essays by the writers Martin Gayford, John Holden, Rowan Moore, Rt Hon Chris Smith, Jon Snow and Tony Travers and includes a reprint of a poem by James Fenton written on the occasion of the opening of Tate Modern.

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