Cezanne once said that he would astonish Paris with an apple. Would you like to know more about the person who claimed this? Did he succeed? Tate Modern will focus on Cezanne and try to understand the artist in his own context. As a result, you will learn more about the life and surroundings of Cezanne while studying his works in this temporary exhibition.
The entrance fee to this temporary exhibition is £22. The museum itself is free, but you have to pay to experience this fantastic temporary exhibition.
Cezanne in Tate Modern
October 5, 2022 – March 12, 2023
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The exhibition Conflict, Time, Photography will be shown at the Tate Modern from this November. The exhibition will show images from conflicts that have taken place in time since photography was invented.
At the exhibition visitors will have the chance to look through the most powerful and changing times of the world. The exhibition shows a wide range of selections of various pictures taken at the world changing wars. The Conflict, Time, Photography exhibition will exhibit several photographs from different individuals. Visitors will have the chance to explore more on the wars, the life back then and the everyday life and struggle in the life of the people as well. The exhibition displays several pictures taken seventh months after the fire bombing of Dresden alongside with the photographs taken seven months after the end of the First Gulf War.
There will be also images showing Vietnam after the fall of Saigon alongside with pictures taken in Nagasaki after the atomic bomb. At the exhibition there will be also several pictures of the Second World War as well. Apart from these photographs there will be plenty of other conflicts displayed at the exhibition. The exhibition Conflict, Time, Photography will take place at the Tate Modern in London. The exhibition will be shown from 26th November 2014 until 15th March 2015. The tickets for adults cost £14.50.
The exhibition Richard Tuttle: I Don’t Know. The Weave of Textile Language is shown at the Tate Modern from October 2014. The exhibition shows the art work of the contemporary artist Richard Tuttle.
Richard Tuttle is an American post minimalist artist who was born in 1940. He is best known for his small, subtle and intimate work. He makes sculptures, drawings, paintings, printmaking and furniture’s as well. Tate Modern shows the largest exhibition of the artist Richard Tuttle so far. At the exhibition visitors will have the chance to see the newest work of the artist and to have a closer look on the unique and unforgettable style he has. At the exhibition visitors can check the sculptures combined with the different fabrics.
The exhibition Richard Tuttle: I Don’t Know. The Weave of Textile Language takes place at the Tate Modern in the central of London. The exhibition of the artist is shown from 14th October 2014 until 6th April 2015. The entrance to the exhibition is for free. The museum is open from Sunday to Thursday from 10 in the morning until 6 in the evening. On Friday and Saturday the museum is open from 10 in the morning until 10 in the evening.
The capital of England, the wonderful London is very famous about art, culture and fashion. It could be mainstream or pop-art too. Now it’s time to talk about the last, because there is a big boom exhibition in London: Roy Lichtenstein.
Roy Lichtenstein was born in New York in 1923. He was one of the most outstanding artists of the American pop-art. Usually he used the style of comic books and adverts in his works. His first masterpiece was the Look Mickey. You can see the characteristic thick contour on this picture, which was characterized Lichtenstein’s works. His most famous picture is the Whaam! which was made in 1963. He died of pneumonia in 1997.
The famous pop-art artist, Roy Lichtenstein’s exhibition is in the Tate Modern between 21 February and 27 May. The Tate Modern is the first institution which made a major exhibition from Lichtensten’s masterpieces. All in all they collected 125 pictures to show the pop-art artist’s work to the audience.
If you like colors, thick contours, the pop-art and the culture, you must see this unforgettable exhibition! The Tate Modern, which is one of the three parts of the Tate Gallery, is on the bank of Thames River, so you can take a pleasant walk near to the River before or after your visit in the Gallery. It could be a perfect weekend program. The Tate Modern opened in 2000 in an old power plant.
Do not miss to see the masterpieces of a genius artist! Have a great time!
February 21st – May 27th
Official exhibition information: Edvard Munch: The Modern Eye is a major exhibition devoted to a reassessment of the works of the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch (1863–1944). This exhibition proposes a dialogue between the artist’s pictorial work in the twentieth century and his interest in the most modern of representational forms: photography, film and the rebirth of stage production at that time. Munch is often presented as a nineteenth-century painter, a Symbolist or a pre-Expressionist, but here he is seen emphatically as a twentieth-century artist, thoroughly representative of the modernity of his day and age. Organised in close cooperation with the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Munch Museum in Oslo, this show will feature around sixty paintings and fifty photographs including a selection of the artist’s signature paintings such as Self-portrait. Between the clock and the bed 1940 as well as his own lesser-known photographic and filmic work. The show will also illustrate how Munch engaged with the current affairs of the day, and how he was inspired by scenes he had observed in the street or incidents reported in the press or on the radio.