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Monday 13 September 2010  
Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibitions
Design for a Grand Parterre with fountain for the front lawn of Tate Britain, Pimlico 2008
Pablo Bronstein transforms Tate Britain’s outdoor sculpture court into a formal landscape.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibitions
The Great Day of His Wrath, John Martin, 1851–3
This display of paintings from the eighteenth to the early twentieth century explores how a particular group of ideas and artistic practices, which emerged between 1760 and 1830, survived and transformed in various, often elusive, ways over subsequent decades.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibitions
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
Exhibitions
`Europe': Fragment of Pages 3 and 4, William Blake, 1794/circa 1830-5
Taking Tate’s collection as a starting point, Turner Prize winner Richard Wright draws on works that extend his own practice and interests  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibitions
Horses. Running. Phryne L. Plate 40, 1879, from The Attitudes of Animals in Motion,, Eadweard Muybridge, 1881
One of photography’s early pioneers, this major retrospective at Tate Britain explores how British born Eadweard Muybridge documented the landscape and people of America when the ‘New World’ was first emerging as a modern country.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibitions
Study (Blue) for 'Floor', Rachel Whiteread, 1992
This exhibition offers a rare opportunity to explore Rachel Whitereads works on paper, most of which have never been shown before in a public gallery.   
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibitions
Chatterton, Henry Wallis, 1856
Romantic art in Britain, its origins, inspirations and legacies. Drawn from Tate's collection, the display features major works by Henry Fuseli, JMW Turner, John Constable, Samuel Palmer and newly-acquired works by William Blake.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibitions
Harrier and Jaguar (Harrier detail, front and back views), Fiona Banner, 2010
Fiona Banner is the next artist to create an installation for the Duveen Galleries.  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Exhibitions
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Youth Art Interchange II brings together young people from four major European cities to consider issues of European citizenship, identity and cultural democracy  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Exhibitions
Marilyn Monroe, Weegee, c1950s
Over 200 photograpic works offering an illuminating and provocative perspective on subjects both iconic and taboo.  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Exhibitions
Present Memory, Alejandro Cesarco, 2010
Uruguayan artist Alejandro Cesarco presents a newly commisioned video featuring an intimate portrait of his father  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Exhibitions
A River Side Street, Martin Karlsson, 2009
To celebrate the beginning of the works for Tate Modern's new building, Swedish artist Martin Karlsson has created a project on the 100-metre hoarding that encloses the works.  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Exhibitions
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 Liverpool
10.0017.50
Exhibitions
'I'm Desperate' from Signs that Say What You Want Them To Say and Not Signs that Say What Someone Else Wants You To Say, Gillian Wearing, 1963
DLA Piper Series: This is Sculpture takes an ambitious and revolutionary look at the history of modern and contemporary sculpture  
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Tate St Ives
10.0017.30
Exhibitions
Easy Fun, Lily van der Stokker, 2003
Lily van der Stokker's pieces deal in a disarmingly unashamed and exuberant way with ideas of beauty, love, relationships, family and the everyday.  
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Tate St Ives
10.0017.30
Exhibitions
Two Forms, Barbara Hepworth, 1933
Collection highlights displaying trends in late English Modernism in St Ives.  
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Tate St Ives  
Talks
Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Family Activities
From February half term there will be books for families in the Rotunda reading area  
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Tate Britain
10.0017.50
Family Activities
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Two new trails for the under 5s  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Family Activities
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Journey through the Collection displays with this interactive multimedia guide.  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Family Activities
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A family-friendly space to explore Tate Modern and encounter new ideas  
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Tate Modern
10.0018.00
Family Activities
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Tate Modern has created some new activities to explore the gallery in unusual ways!  
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Tate St Ives
10.0017.30
Family Activities
Explore the artist's home, studio and garden  
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Tate St Ives
10.0017.30
Family Activities
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