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Monday 29 September 2008  
Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibition
Speeds of Time, Bill Fontana,
A sound sculpture generated from the live sounds of London’s greatest landmark, Big Ben.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibition
View of this exhibition at Tate Britain
This two-room display features works on paper by Turner and explores his working methods and techniques.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibition
Triptych ¿ August 1972 , Francis Bacon, 1972
Francis Bacon (1909-1992) is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest painters of the twentieth century.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibition
Untitled, David Shrigley, 2004
Historic and contemporary drawings from the Tate Collection, many of which have rarely been exhibited before.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibition
Trappenkamp (detail), Juneau Projects , 2008
Juneau Projects,established by artists Phil Duckworth and Ben Sadler, have created a new installation for the Sculpture Court Commission.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibition
Work No. 850, Martin Creed, 2008
Creed's Work No. 850 centres on a simple idea: that a person will run as fast as they can every thirty seconds through the gallery.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibition
The Apotheosis of James I and other studies: sketch for the ceiling of the Banqueting House, Whitehall, Sir Peter Paul Rubens , 1629-30
This display centres on Rubens' The Apotheosis of James I and other studies: sketch for the ceiling of the Banqueting House, Whitehall (1629–30), which Tate hope to aquire with the help of the Art Fund and Tate Memebers.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibition
Untitled, Lucy Clout, 2007
For Art Now guest curator Ryan Gander has investigated ideas that have arisen in his own practice, including chance encounters and the playfulness of random occurrences.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibition
Book of 36 pages in edition of 800
Tate's fourth Triennial exhibition opens at Tate Britain in February 2009. A series of one-day events, or Prologues, are taking place in the lead up to the show, to introduce and provoke debate on the Triennial's themes.  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Exhibition
Cold Mouth Prayer, James Aldridge, 2007
Cold Mouth Prayer is a panoramic new painting, specially commissioned for Tate Modern’s Restaurant.  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Exhibition
Red on Maroon, Mark Rothko, 1959
Mark Rothko (1903-1970) is one of America’s most significant post-war painters. This exhibition will be an unprecedented exploration of his late series of work.  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Exhibition
White Spring, Ernst Willhelm Nay, 1963
A display showcasing international artists who have explored the relationship between experience and abstract mark-making.  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Exhibition
Erratum, Latifa Echakhch, 2004
Latifa Echakhch creates sculptures and installations that explore the visual and architectural codes of identity.  
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Tate Liverpool
10.0017.50
Exhibition
Yellow Attenuation, Peter Sedgley, 1965
A major re-hang of the Tate Collection brings key works, both representational and abstract to three floors of galleries.  
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Tate Liverpool
10.0017.50
Exhibition
Tate Liverpool presents new work from some of the most exciting artists from around the world at the fifth Liverpool Biennial  
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Tate Liverpool
10.0017.50
Exhibition
© Tate
The UK’s largest festival of contemporary visual art.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Family Events
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Explore the exciting gallery spaces at Tate Britain  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Family Events
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Choose your own Tate Teaser trail and go exploring modern art.  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Family Events
UBS Openings: Family Zone
The one-stop place to pick up imaginative ways to introduce children to modern art.  
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Tate Liverpool
10.0017.50
Family Events
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Pick up a Family Bag and go on a trail around the gallery  
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Tate St Ives
10.0017.30
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Tune into the voices of St Ives Junior School  
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