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Florence Mulvey and Matthew Betts, Seeing Through © Tate Seeing Through 2010
19 July – 13 August 2010
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Francis Alÿs, Guards, 2004 © Francis Alÿs. Tate. Presented by Tate Patrons 2006 Lightbox: Francis Alÿs
3 July – 5 September 2010
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Francis Alÿs, Ambulantes, Mexico City, 1992–present © Francis Alÿs . Courtesy of Francis Alÿs and David Zwirner, New York Francis Alÿs
15 June – 5 September 2010
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Rude Britannia: British Comic Art
9 June – 5 September 2010
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 © Haris Epaminonda Level 2 Gallery: Haris Epaminonda, VOL. VI
29 May – 30 August 2010
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Slogan's Run, Southern Road Primary School© Richard Eaton VerbalEyes: finding a voice through art
22 May – 27 May 2010
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Pablo Picasso, Black Jug and Skull, 1946 © Succession Picasso/DACS 2009 Picasso: Peace and Freedom
21 May – 30 August 2010
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Christopher Wool, Untitled (You Make Me)  , 1997 © Christopher Wool Ponder Pause Process (a Situation): Selected by Yane Calovski
15 May – 30 August 2010
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Celebrate 10 Years of Tate Modern
14 May – 16 May 2010
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Stephen Partridge, Still from Monitor, 1975 © Stephen Partridge Art Now Lightbox: Rewind and Play
8 May – 28 June 2010
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Janice Kerbel, Remarkable: Regurgitating Lady, 2007  © courtesy the artist and greengrassi Art Now: Janice Kerbel
7 May – 15 August 2010
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  Rineke Dijkstra: I See a Woman Crying
27 April – 30 August 2010
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Laure Prouvost, It, heat, hit, 2010 © Courtesy the artist and MOT Internation Art Now Lightbox: Laure Prouvost: It, heat, hit (2010)
6 March – 2 May 2010
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Henry Moore, Recumbent Figure , 1938 © Reproduced by permission of the Henry Moore Foundation . Tate. Rocco Redondo Henry Moore
24 February – 8 August 2010
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Douglas Gordon © Tate Photography/Mark Heathcote Douglas Gordon
16 February – 23 May 2010
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Arshile Gorky, The Plow and the Song, 1947  © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2010. courtesy The Allen Memorial Art Museum Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective
10 February – 3 May 2010
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Van Doesburg, Simultaneous Counter Composition , 1929-30 © 2009, The Museum of Modern Art, New York / Scala, Florence.. Digital image Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde: Constructing a New World
4 February – 16 May 2010
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Richard Hamilton, From Five Tyres remoulded, Dimensional data , 1972 © Richard Hamilton Perfect Courses and Glistening Obstacles: Selected by Elizabeth Price
1 February – 6 May 2010
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Kara Walker, 8 Possible Beginnings or: The Creation of African-America, a Moving Picture by Kara E Walker, 2005 © The artist. courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic
29 January – 25 April 2010
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Chris Ofili, Blossom, 1997 © Chris Ofili. Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin Chris Ofili
27 January – 16 May 2010
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Dexter Dalwood, Death of David Kelly, 2008  © Dexter Dalwood, courtesy Gagosian Gallery. Photo credit: Dave Morgan Dexter Dalwood and the Tate Collection
23 January – 3 May 2010
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 © courtesy of the artist and Lombard-Freid Projects Level 2 Gallery: Michael Rakowitz
22 January – 12 May 2010
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Bethan Huws, Singing for the Sea, 1993 © Bethan Huws. Tate Art Now Lightbox: Bethan Huws
9 January – 28 February 2010
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Andy Holden, Return of the Pyramid Piece, 2008 . video still © courtesy the artist Art Now: Andy Holden
8 January – 10 April 2010
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Tacita Dean, Weihnachtsbaum , 2009 Christmas Tree 2009: Tacita Dean
11 December – 23 December 2009
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Miroslaw Balka, How it is, 2009  © Miroslaw Balka. Tate Photography The Unilever Series: Miroslaw Balka
13 October 2009 – 5 April 2010
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John Baldessari, God Nose, 1965  © John Baldessari  . Private collection. Photo courtesy Baldessari Studio John Baldessari: Pure Beauty
13 October 2009 – 10 January 2010
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David Noonan, Owl, 2009  © The artist. courtesy: Hotel The Dark Monarch: Magic and Modernity in British Art
10 October 2009 – 10 January 2010
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Lucy Skaer, Untitled, 2008 . Commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery, London, part of ‘The Siege’ 2008 © courtesy the artist and doggerfisher, Edinburgh. Andy Keate Turner Prize 2009
6 October 2009 – 3 January 2010
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Mark Rothko, Red on Maroon, 1959 © 1998 Kate Rothko Prizel & Christopher Rothko ARS, NY and DACS, London Mark Rothko: The Seagram Murals
2 October 2009 – 21 March 2010
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Michael Landy, Michael Landy H.2.N.Y Mr Tinguely Makes Fools of Machines, 2006  © Michael Landy Joyous Machines: Michael Landy and Jean Tinguely
2 October 2009 – 10 January 2010
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Jeff Koons, Rabbit, 1986 © Jeff Koons . Collection Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, partial gift of Stefan T. Edlis and H. Gael Neeson. The Eli and Edythe L. Broad Collection, Los Angeles . Douglas M. Parker Studio, Los Angeles Pop Life: Art in a Material World
1 October 2009 – 17 January 2010
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JMW Turner, Snow Storm – Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth, exh 1842Tate Turner and the Masters
23 September 2009 – 31 January 2010
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  Carolee Schneemann, 'Precarious': Part of the Abandon Normal Devices Festival
23 September – 27 September 2009
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Jill Magid, I Can Burn Your Face: Miranda III, 2008  © Jill Magid, Courtesy of the artist and Yvon Lambert, New York / Paris Level 2 Gallery: Jill Magid
10 September 2009 – 3 January 2010
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Credit: Hulton Archive/ Getty Images Art Now: Beating The Bounds
5 September – 13 December 2009
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Brazen, 2009 © Raqs Media Collective Art Now Lightbox: Raqs Media Collective: The Surface of Each Day is a Different Planet
4 September – 27 December 2009
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Alterembankment . by Aaron, Anthony, Greg, Ian-David, Kimathi and Rosie (Mixed media). Copyright Kimathi Donkor Seeing Through Display: Motion and Material
14 July – 6 August 2009
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Duncan Campbell, Detail from Bernadette, 2008. Tate © Duncan Campbell, courtesy HOTEL, London Art Now Lightbox: Duncan Campbell
4 July – 30 August 2009
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Eva Rothschild, Cold Corners, 2009  © Eva Rothschild. © Tate Photography Tate Britain Duveens Commission: Eva Rothschild
30 June – 29 November 2009
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Damien Hirst, Pharmacy, 1992  © Damien Hirst. Tate BP Exhibition: Classified: Contemporary British Art
22 June – 23 August 2009
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Per Kirkeby, The Siege of Constantinople, 1995 © Per Kirkeby. Tate Per Kirkeby
17 June – 6 September 2009
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Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, Bursting Shell, 1915 © Tate Futurism
12 June – 20 September 2009
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© Richard Eaton VerbalEyes: finding a voice through art
6 June – 29 June 2009
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Richard Long, Dusty Boots Line, 1988  © Richard Long. Collection Thomas and Cristina Bechtler, Switzerland Richard Long: Heaven and Earth
3 June – 6 September 2009
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Ellsworth Kelly, Spectrum Colors Arranged by Chance II, 1951. © 2009 The Museum of Modern Art / Scala, Florence Colour Chart: Reinventing Colour, 1950 to Today
29 May – 13 September 2009
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Robert Morris, Exhibition view, Bodyspacemotionthings, Tate Gallery, 1971. Photo: Tate Photography © Tate Robert Morris: Bodyspacemotionthings
22 May – 14 June 2009
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Carol Bove, Adventures in Poetry, 2002  © The artist Tate St Ives Summer Season 2009
16 May – 27 September 2009
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Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing #1136 , 2004 ARTIST ROOMS: Sol LeWitt
12 May – 13 September 2009
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Tony Swain, Untitled, 2008  ©  The artist, courtesy The Modern Institute / Tony Webster Ltd, Glasgow and Herald Street, London Art Now: Tony Swain
2 May – 16 August 2009
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Stefan and Franciszka Themerson,, The Eye and the Ear, 1944-45 © LUX, London Art Now: Lightbox Stefan and Franciszka Themerson
2 May – 28 June 2009
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Michael Riedel, Four proposals for the change of modern in the logo of The Modern Institute (3), 2008  © courtesy the artist and David Zwirner, New York Level 2 Gallery: Stutter
23 April – 16 August 2009
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Edward Coley Burne-Jones, The Golden Stairs, 1880. © Tate Symbolism in Poland and Britain
14 March – 21 June 2009
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© Richard Eaton The Ghost in the Machine
26 February – 26 April 2009
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Roni Horn, You are the Weather, 1994-95  © Roni Horn. Courtesy: The artist and Hauser & Wirth Zürich London Roni Horn aka Roni Horn
25 February – 25 May 2009
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Glenn Brown, The Real Thing, 2000  © The artist. courtesy Rennie Collection, Vancouver, Canada Glenn Brown
20 February – 10 May 2009
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Anthony Van Dyck, Portrait of Mary Hill, Lady Killigrew, 1638Tate Van Dyck and Britain
18 February – 17 May 2009
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Aleksandr Rodchenko , Design for the poster for the film "Battleship Potemkin", directed by Sergei Eisenstein, 1925 © A. Rochenko & V. Stepanova Archive / DACS 2009. Courtesy of Unique Art Gallery, London. Rodchenko & Popova: Defining Constructivism
12 February – 17 May 2009
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Marcus Coates, Firebird, Rhebok, Badger and Hare, 2008  © The artist. Jo Ramirez Altermodern: Tate Triennial 2009
3 February – 26 April 2009
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Hurvin Anderson, Peter's 3 , 2007  © courtesy the artist and Thomas Dane Gallery. Private Collection, London Art Now: Hurvin Anderson
3 February – 19 April 2009
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Ben Nicholson , 1945 (still life) , 1945. © The Estate of Ben Nicholson. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2002 A Continuous Line: Ben Nicholson in England
24 January – 4 May 2009
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Bernard Leach, Tile, 1925  © The estate of Bernard Leach. Tate Bernard Leach and his Circle
24 January – 4 May 2009
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Luke Frost, Supervolts no. 1 , 2008  © courtesy the artist Luke Frost: Artist in Residence
24 January – 4 May 2009
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The Fifth Floor: Ideas Taking Space
16 December 2008 – 1 February 2009
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William Blake, Newton, 1795/c1805Tate Tate 08 Series : William Blake: The River of Life
12 December 2008 – 29 March 2009
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Nicholas Hlobo, Iminxeba, 2008 . Installation view, the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston

 © Courtesy the artist and Michael Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town. John Kennard Level 2 Gallery: Nicholas Hlobo
9 December 2008 – 29 March 2009
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Make Your Own Xmas, 2008 . © Bob and Roberta Smith 
Photo credit: Sam Drake / Tate Photography Make Your Own Xmas
5 December 2008 – 4 January 2009
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David Salle, My Subjectivity, 1981Courtesy UBS Art Collection © DACS, London/VAGA, New York 2008 UBS Openings: Paintings from the 1980s
12 November 2008 – 13 April 2009
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Rosalind Nashashibi and Lucy Skaer, Pygmalion Workshop, 2008 © courtesy the artists, doggerfisher, Edinburgh and Store, London. Installation view Neue Nationalgalerie Commissioned by Berlin Biennale Art Now: Nashashibi/Skaer
8 November 2008 – 4 January 2009
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Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, TH.2058, 2008 © Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster. Tate Photography The Unilever Series: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
14 October 2008 – 13 April 2009
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Cildo Meireles, Eureka / Blindhotland, 1970–5 © Cildo Meireles. Tate Cildo Meireles
14 October 2008 – 11 January 2009
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Heimo Zobernig, Installation view Neue Galerie, Graz
1993, © Archive HZ
Heimo Zobernig and the Tate Collection
4 October 2008 – 11 January 2009
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Runa Islam, First Day of Spring, 2005 © The artist. courtesy Jay Jopling / White Cube (London) Turner Prize 2008
30 September 2008 – 18 January 2009
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Mark Rothko, Red on Maroon, 1959 ©  1998 Kate Rothko Prizel and Christopher Rothko RS, NY and DACS, London 2007. Tate Rothko
26 September 2008 – 1 February 2009
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© Tate Liverpool Biennial: International Festival: MADE UP
20 September – 30 November 2008
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Latifa Echakhch, Erratum, 2004 © The artist Level 2 Gallery: Latifa Echakhch
19 September – 23 November 2008
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Francis Towne  , The Colosseum from the Caelian Hills, 1799  © Trustees, Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford Treasures from the Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford
15 September 2008 – 15 February 2009
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Francis Bacon, Triptych – August 1972 , 1972 © Estate of Francis Bacon. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2008. Tate Francis Bacon
11 September 2008 – 4 January 2009
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Bill Fontana, Speeds of Time Bill Fontana: Speeds of Time
5 September – 3 October 2008
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Lucy Clout, Untitled, 2007 © courtesy the artist and Limoncello. Alice Channer Art Now: The Way In Which It Landed
2 August – 26 October 2008
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H-Box installation view at MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León © Marc Domage H BOX
3 July – 17 August 2008
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Martin Creed, Work No. 850, 2008 © Martin Creed. Sam Drake, Tate Photography Duveens Commission: Martin Creed
1 July – 16 November 2008
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VerbalEyes. © Tate VerbalEyes: finding a voice through art
21 June – 30 June 2008
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Cy Twombly, Quattro Stagioni : Autumno , 1993–4 © Cy Twombly. Tate Cy Twombly: Cycles and Seasons
19 June – 14 September 2008
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David Thorne, Katya Sander, Ashley Hunt, Sharon Hayes & Andrea Geyer, Still from 'Detainee', 9 Scripts from a Nation at War , 2007 © David Thorne, Katya Sander, Ashley Hunt, Sharon Hayes & Andrea Geyer Level 2 Gallery: 9 Scripts from a Nation at War
13 June – 25 August 2008
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Tony Conrad, Ten Years Alive on the Infinite Plain, 1972, at the Hartware MedienKunstVerein , 2004 © Christoph Kniel and Ilja Mess Tony Conrad
13 June – 15 June 2008
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Studio 61. Installation shot © Tate Photography Tales from Studio International
9 June – 10 August 2008
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Photo: Faisal Abdu 'Allah Nahnou-Together Now
6 June – 7 September 2008
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John Frederick Lewis, Study for `The Courtyard of the Coptic Patriarch's House in Cairo' , c1864Tate The Lure of the East: British Orientalist Painting
4 June – 31 August 2008
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Mitra Tabrizian, Deadly Affair , 2005–6 © Mitra Tabrizian Mitra Tabrizian: This is that Place
4 June – 10 August 2008
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Juneau Projects , Trappenkamp (detail), 2008 © courtesy of the artists. Tate Photography Art Now: Juneau Projects
2 June – 26 October 2008
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Gustav Klimt, Fir Forest I, 1901courtesy Kunsthaus Zug, Stiftung Sammlung Kamm Gustav Klimt: Painting, Design and Modern Life in Vienna 1900
30 May – 31 August 2008
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Adam Chodzko, Pattern for a Procession with Two Masks, 2007  © the artist Adam Chodzko: Proxigean Tide
24 May – 21 September 2008
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  Dawn of a Colony: St Ives 1811–1888
24 May – 21 September 2008
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Sixeart, Untitled, 2007 © Sixeart. courtesy Galeria N2, Barcelona, Spain Street Art
23 May – 25 August 2008
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Norman Parkinson, Wenda, Times Square, NYC, September 1949 © courtesy Norman Parkinson Archive, London Street & Studio: An Urban History of Photography
22 May – 31 August 2008
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Ernst Willhelm Nay, White Spring, 1963 © The estate of Ernst Willhelm Nay. Tate Sign and Texture
5 May – 26 October 2008
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Alan Michael, Untitled (Grassroots / Bottles), 2007  © Alan Michael, courtesy Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London Art Now: Alan Michael
3 May – 20 July 2008
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Derek Jarman
Imagining October, 1984
© courtesy James Mackay Lightbox: Derek Jarman
5 April – 1 June 2008
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Sir Peter Paul Rubens , The Apotheosis of James I and other studies: sketch for the ceiling of the Banqueting House, Whitehall, 1629-30 © the Trustees of the Glynde Endowment Settlement. Lent by the Trustees of the Glynde Endowment Settlement Rubens: The Apotheosis of James I and Other Studies
20 March 2008 – 11 January 2009
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Katinka Bock, PS: Jerusalem, 2003 © Katinka Bock. courtesy galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Paris Level 2 Gallery: Here We Dance
14 March – 26 May 2008
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David Shrigley, Untitled, 2004  © David Shrigley. Tate BP Exhibition: Drawn from the Collection
25 February 2008 – 1 March 2009
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Marcel Duchamp, Fountain, 1917 Replica 1964 © Succession Marcel Duchamp/ADAGP Paris, and DACS, London 2008. Tate Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia
21 February – 26 May 2008
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Charles Ginner, Piccadilly Circus, 1912 © The estate of Charles Ginner. Tate Modern Painters: The Camden Town Group
13 February – 5 May 2008
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Peter Doig, Ski Jacket, 1994 © Peter Doig. Tate Peter Doig
5 February – 11 May 2008
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Jean Prouvé, Tropical House in New York © C. Baraja & É.Touchaleaume. Archives Éric Touchaleaume Maison Tropicale for Design Museum at Tate Modern
5 February – 13 April 2008
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Alice Channer, Fourteenth Scarf Drawing, 2007 © Alice Channer. courtesy Dicksmith Gallery Art Now: Strange Solution
2 February – 13 April 2008
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Breda Beban, The Most Beautiful Woman in Gucha, 2006 © Breda Beban Lightbox: Breda Beban
2 February – 30 March 2008
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Niki de Saint Phalle, Autel O.A.S, 1962–92 © 2008, NIKI CHARITABLE ART FOUNDATION, All rights reserved. courtesy Musee d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain Niki de Saint Phalle
1 February – 5 May 2008
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John Gibson, Hylas Surprised by the Nalades, 1927–36Tate The Return of the Gods: Neoclassical Sculpture
28 January – 8 June 2008
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Richard Deacon, 9 x 9, 2005. © The artist Hugh Stoneman: Master Printer
26 January – 11 May 2008
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Margo Maeckelberghe, Coastal Reflections, 1964–7 © Margo Maeckelberghe Margo Maeckelberghe: Extended Landscape
26 January – 11 May 2008
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Rose Hilton, Grey Curtains, 2000 © The artist. courtesy Messum's Rose Hilton: A Selected Retrospective
26 January – 11 May 2008
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Juan Muñoz , The Wasteland, 1987 © The estate of Juan Muñoz. courtesy Collection of Elayne and Marvin Mordes, USA Juan Muñoz A Retrospective
24 January – 27 April 2008
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Lida Abdul, Dome, 2005 © Lida Abdul. courtesy Giorgio Persano Gallery. Paolo Pellion Level 2 Gallery: Illuminations
14 December 2007 – 24 February 2008
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Fiona Banner, Peace on Earth, 2007 © the artist. Sam Drake/Tate Photography Christmas Tree: Fiona Banner
1 December – 31 December 2007
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William Blake, Nebuchadnezzar , 1795 / c1805Tate William Blake: 'I still go on / Till the Heavens and Earth are gone'
3 November 2007 – 22 June 2008
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Installation shot of 'So this song kills fascists' © Seb Patane. courtesy Maureen Paley. Tate Art Now: Seb Patane
3 November 2007 – 13 January 2008
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Catherine Sullivan, The Chittendens, 2005 The World as a Stage
24 October 2007 – 1 January 2008
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Turner Prize 2007
19 October 2007 – 13 January 2008
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Louise Bourgeois, Arch of Hysteria, 1993 © Louise Bourgeois. Courtesy Cheim & Read, Galerie Karsten Greve, and Hauser & Wirth. Allan Finkelman Louise Bourgeois
10 October 2007 – 20 January 2008
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Doris Salcedo, Shibboleth, 2007 © Doris Salcedo. Tate The Unilever Series: Doris Salcedo: Shibboleth
9 October 2007 – 6 April 2008
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Allen Jones, The Battle of Hastings, 1961–2 © Allen Jones. Tate Allen Jones
6 October 2007 – 10 February 2008
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John Wells, Aspiring Forms, 1950 © the estate of John Wells. Tate John Wells Centenary Display
6 October 2007 – 13 January 2008
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Jonty Lees, Casio, 2007 © The artist. Collection of the artist Jonty Lees: Artist in Residence
6 October 2007 – 13 January 2008
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Mary Martin, Rotation (Multiple) Not Limited, 1968 © Estate of Mary Martin. courtesy Annely Juda Fine Art, London Kenneth Martin & Mary Martin: Constructed Works
6 October 2007 – 13 January 2008
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Denis Hyka and Violana Murataj, Finding Grandma's Garden, 2007 © Denis Hyka and Violana Murataj imagine art after
5 October 2007 – 6 January 2008
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Stolen Sanity project image Stolen Sanity
3 October – 19 October 2007
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Damien Hirst, Mother and Child Divided (foreground, exhibition copy 2007 [original 1993]), Argininosuccinic Acid (background, 1995) © the artist. J Fernandes and S Drake Turner Prize: A Retrospective
2 October 2007 – 6 January 2008
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John Everett Millais, Mariana, 1851Tate Millais
26 September 2007 – 13 January 2008
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Judi Werthein, Brinco, 2005 © Judi Werthein. courtesy inSite 05. Alfredo de Stefano Level 2 Gallery: The Irresistible Force
20 September – 25 November 2007
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Cardinal Hume Centre 'Change' project animation stills Change
10 September – 28 September 2007
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Sarah Morris, Rio (with Palms) [Las Vegas], 2000  © Sarah Morris. Tate DLA Piper Series: The Twentieth Century: How it looked & how it felt
8 September 2007 – 29 March 2009
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  Level 2 Gallery: Artist Platform - Matei Bejeranu
8 September – 9 September 2007
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Performance documentation from The Miner's Object by Melanie Gilligan, 11 March 2006© Melanie Gilligan Art Now Live
8 September – 8 September 2007
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Claire Harvey, Easily Removable (detail), 2007 © courtesy the artist © Claire Harvey Claire Harvey: Easily-removable
20 July 2007 – 2 March 2008
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Regina Maria Möller, embodiment - wetsuit 007, 2007 © Regina Maria Möller, VG Bild-Kunst. CR&SH, Berlin social systems
7 July – 2 September 2007
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Goshka Macuga, Objects in Relation, 2007 Art Now: Goshka Macuga
30 June – 14 October 2007
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Peter Blake, Marcel Duchamp's World Tour : Playing Chess with Tracey , 2003–5 © DACS 2007. courtesy Waddington Galleries, London Peter Blake: A Retrospective
29 June – 23 September 2007
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Tuca Vieira, Paraisópolis Favela in Sāo Paulo, Brazil, 2005 © Tuca Vieira / Folhapress Global Cities
20 June – 27 August 2007
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John Baldessari, Learn to Read, poster 2003 © John Baldessari. courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery, New York / Paris Level 2 Gallery: Learn to Read
19 June – 2 September 2007
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JMW Turner, Mont Blanc, from Brévent , c1836Tate BP Summer Exhibition: Hockney on Turner Watercolours
11 June 2007 – 3 February 2008
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Ink Drawing, Soho Parish CE Primary © Tate, 2007 VerbalEyes: finding a voice through art
9 June – 24 June 2007
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Hélio Oiticica, B14 Box Bólide 11 , 1964 © Projeto Hélio Oiticica, Rio de Janeiro. courtesy César and Claudio Oiticica Collection, Rio de Janeiro Hélio Oiticica: The Body of Colour
6 June – 23 September 2007
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Christina Mackie, The large huts , 2007. View of this exhibition at Tate BritainSam Drake © Tate 2007 Art Now: Christina Mackie
2 June – 28 October 2007
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Salvador Dalí, The Persistence of Memory, 1931 © Salvador Dalí, FUNDACIÓ GALA-SALVADOR DALÍ, DACS, London 2007 . Museum of Modern Art, New York Dalí at Tate Modern
1 June – 9 September 2007
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Jim Isermann, Untitled, 1990 © courtesy the artist and Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles If Everybody Had an Ocean: Brian Wilson: An Art Exhibition
26 May – 23 September 2007
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Roger Mayne, Girl Jiving in Southam Street, 1957V&A Images/Victoria and Albert Museum. © Roger Mayne How We Are: Photographing Britain
22 May – 2 September 2007
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Philip Guston, Artist in his Studio, 1969 © McKee Gallery, New York. The UBS Art Collection UBS Openings: Drawings From The UBS Art Collection
4 May – 11 November 2007
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John Opie, Mary Wollstonecraft (Mrs William Godwin), c1790–1Tate 1807: Blake, Slavery and the Radical Mind
30 April – 21 October 2007
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Ellen Gallagher, Bird in Hand, 2006 © Ellen Gallagher. Tate Tate08 Series: Ellen Gallagher
21 April – 27 August 2007
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Peter Peri, Soft System, 2006 © Peter Peri. courtesy Counter Gallery, London Art Now: Peter Peri
6 April – 3 June 2007
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Xu Zhen, 8848 - 1.86, 2005 © the artist The Real Thing: Contemporary Art from China
30 March – 10 June 2007
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Prunella Clough, Fisherman in a Boat, 1949 © Estate of Prunella Clough 2007.  All Rights Reserved DACS Prunella Clough
24 March – 27 August 2007
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  Audio Arts: Bill Furlong
5 March – 27 August 2007
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Basil Beattie, Witness V, 1992 © Basil Beattie. Lent by the American Fund for the Tate Gallery, courtesy of Peter and Maria Kellner 2003 Basil Beattie
5 March – 3 June 2007
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Manfred Kuttner, Siebenauge, 1962 © Johann König, Berlin Level 2 Gallery: The Artist's Dining Room
2 March – 4 June 2007
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Vivan Sundaram, Father – Daughter from the series Retake of Amrita, 2001 © Vivan Sundaram Amrita Sher-Gil
28 February – 22 April 2007
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Martin Parr, England, Liverpool, 1983-1986 © Martin Parr/Magnum Photos Centre of the Creative Universe: Liverpool and the Avant-Garde
20 February – 9 September 2007
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Gilbert & George, Death, 1984. from Death Hope Life Fear © Gilbert & George. Tate Gilbert & George: Major Exhibition
15 February – 7 May 2007
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  Conversations
12 February – 19 April 2007
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William Hogarth, Marriage a la Mode: The Tete a Tete, c1743The National Gallery, London Hogarth
7 February – 29 April 2007
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Ged Quinn, Asleep by the Light , 2005 © The artist. Courtesy Wilkinson Gallery, London Art Now Cornwall
3 February – 13 May 2007
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Bernard Leach, Slipware Charger , 1929 © Courtesy: The Wingfield Digby Collection Bernard Leach and his Circle
3 February – 13 May 2007
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Bryan Pearce, The Bowlers, 1971 © Estate of Bryan Pearce. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2007. Private Collection Bryan Pearce
3 February – 13 May 2007
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Francis Bacon, Lying Figure , 1959 © Estate of Francis Bacon, All Rights Reserved, DACS 2007. Private collection, USA, courtesy Faggionato Fine Art, London and New York Francis Bacon in St Ives
3 February – 13 May 2007
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Helen Feiler, Necklace © Helen Feiler Helen Feiler Jewellery
3 February – 13 May 2007
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Kate Davis, Your Body is a Battleground Still, 2007 © The artist. Reproduction © The Estate of Jacob Epstein/Tate Art Now: Kate Davis
3 February – 25 March 2007
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  Jake and Dinos Chapman: When Humans Walked the Earth
30 January – 10 June 2007
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Joseph Mallord William Turner, The Dark Rigi, 1842Private collection JMW Turner: The Three Rigis
22 January – 25 March 2007
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Mark Wallinger, State Britain, 2007 © The artist. Sam Drake Tate Photography Mark Wallinger: State Britain
15 January – 27 August 2007
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Tim Lee, Steve Martin, 1972, 2004 © The artist. courtesy Lisson Gallery, London Sliding Doors: Recent Contemporary Acquisitions
16 December 2006 – 22 April 2007
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Martha Rosler , Photo Op, 2004. From the series Bringing the War Home: House Beautiful, new series © Courtesy the artist and Galerie Christian Nagel, Berlin/Cologne Level 2 Gallery: Media Burn
16 December 2006 – 18 February 2007
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Jake and Dinos Chapman, Token Pole, 1997 © The artists. courtesy Jay Jopling / White Cube (London). Stephen White Jake and Dinos Chapman: Bad Art for Bad People
15 December 2006 – 4 March 2007
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John Armleder, Installation view at Tate Liverpool, 2006 © Tate Tate08 Series: John Armleder
15 December 2006 – 25 February 2007
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Rory Macbeth, The Mare's Nest: A History of Provenance, 2006. performance stills © The artist. Christian McDonald Art Now Live Work: Rory MacBeth, Joanne Tatham, Tom O'Sullivan and Sue Tompkins
9 December – 9 December 2006
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20 November 2006 – 28 February 2007
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Joseph Mallord William Turner, Norham Castle, Sunrise, circa 1845 Norham Castle, Sunrise: From Incomprehension to Icon
13 November 2006 – 18 February 2007
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Chris Ofili, No Woman, No Cry, 1998 © Chris Ofili – Afroco and Victoria Miro Gallery. Tate In Focus: Living History
11 November 2006 – 28 January 2007
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Drawing from a Turner original in the Prints and Drawings Room at Tate Britain Drawing from Turner
6 November 2006 – 20 May 2007
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Sean Dower, Automaton, 2006. Production still © The artist 2006 Single Shot
3 November – 10 December 2006
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David Smith, The Forest, 1950 © Estate of David Smith/DACS, London/VAGA, New York 2006 David Smith: A Centennial
1 November 2006 – 21 January 2007
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Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Airport, 1989/2000 © The artists Fischli & Weiss: Flowers & Questions. A Retrospective
11 October 2006 – 14 January 2007
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Carsten Höller, Test Site, 2006 © The artist. Tate The Unilever Series: Carsten Höller: Test Site
10 October 2006 – 15 April 2007
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Roger Hilton, Oi Yoi Yoi  , 1963 © Roger Hilton. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2002. Tate Into Seeing New: Roger Hilton
7 October 2006 – 21 January 2007
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Janet Leach, Bottle, c.1980 © Crafts Study Centre 2006. Crafts Study Centre, University College for the Creative Arts Janet Leach: A Retrospective
7 October 2006 – 21 January 2007
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Nick Evans, White Creature Forms, 2006Courtesy of the Artist and Mary Mary, Glasgow Nick Evans: Artist in Residence
7 October 2006 – 21 January 2007
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Raqib Shaw, Study for Reflections II, 2006 © Raqib Shaw. courtesy the artist / Victoria Miro Gallery, London Art Now: Raqib Shaw
7 October – 17 December 2006
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Tomma Abts, Lübbe, 2005 © Courtesy the artist and greengrassi, London Turner Prize 2006
3 October 2006 – 14 January 2007
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Thomas Helbig, Seliger, 2006 © The artist and Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin and Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London Level 2 Gallery: Rings of Saturn
30 September – 3 December 2006
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Hans Holbein, Henry VIII, 1536Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid Holbein in England
28 September 2006 – 7 January 2007
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Tsui Kuang-Yu, Handypath, 2006 © The Artist Liverpool Biennial: International 06
16 September – 26 November 2006
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Emily Wardill, Born Winged Animals and Honey Gatherers of the Soul, 2005. 16 mm film with sound transferred onto DVD, 9 min © Courtesy the artist and FORTESCUE AVENUE / Jonathan Vyner, London. Supported by the Arts Council England Art Now Lightbox: Duncan Campbell, Declan Clarke and Emily Wardill
2 September – 22 October 2006
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Artist unknown, Abd el-Ouahed ben Messaoud ben Mohammed Anoun, Moorish Ambassador to Queen Elizabeth I, c1600 © University of Birmingham. The University of Birmingham Collections East-West: Objects Between Cultures
1 September 2006 – 18 February 2007
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George Stubbs, Five Hounds in a LandscapePrivate collection. © Tate Stubbs: A Celebration
21 August 2006 – 14 January 2007
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Roman Ondák, It Will All Turnout Right in the End, 2005–6. Installation at Tate Modern © The artist Level 2 Gallery: Roman Ondák
29 July – 17 September 2006
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Michele Cammarano, Bella BeautyThe private collection of Freddie Booker-Carson and Simon Carson Seeing Africa
22 July – 29 October 2006
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Pierre Huyghe, This is not a Time for Dreaming, 2004 © Pierre Huyghe. Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/Paris. Michael Vahrenwald Pierre Huyghe: Celebration Park
5 July – 17 September 2006
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Wassily Kandinsky, Cossacks, 1910–11 © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2006. Tate Kandinsky: The Path to Abstraction
22 June – 1 October 2006
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Karin Ruggaber, Relief #7 , 2005 © courtesy the artist and greengrassi, London Art Now: Karin Ruggaber
17 June – 17 September 2006
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Melanie Smith, Parres III, 2005Courtesy Galería OMR, Mexico and Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich Art Now Lightbox: Melanie Smith with Rafael Ortega: Parres
17 June – 13 August 2006
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Millennium Bridge © Tate Bill Fontana: Harmonic Bridge
16 June – 28 August 2006
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William Turnbull, 3/4/5, 1956 © DACS 2006. Tate William Turnbull
14 June – 26 November 2006
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Howard Hodgkin, Night and Day, 1997-99 © Howard Hodgkin. National Gallery of Victoria, Australia Howard Hodgkin
14 June – 10 September 2006
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Bill Woodrow, Twin-Tub with Guitar, 1981 © Bill Woodrow UBS Openings: Tate Modern Collection 2006 Domestic Incidents
10 June – 28 August 2006
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John Constable, The Hay Wain, 1820-21The National Gallery, London Constable: The Great Landscapes
1 June – 28 August 2006
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Osama Nassar, Self-portrait, 2005 Nahnou-Together: Young people from London and Damascus in visual dialogue
27 May – 10 July 2006
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Andreas Gursky, 99 Cent, 1999 © Courtesy Monika Sprüth Galerie, Köln / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn / DACS, London 2006. The UBS Art Collection UBS Openings: Photography from the UBS Art Collection
23 May – 26 November 2006
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Bernard Leach, Tile, 1925  © The estate of Bernard Leach. Tate Bernard Leach and his Circle
20 May – 24 September 2006
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John Hoyland , 17. 3. 69, 1969 © John Hoyland. Tate John Hoyland: The Trajectory of a Fallen Angel
20 May – 24 September 2006
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Tony O'Malley, Bone Birds at Green Lake, Birdlake III - Old Residents, Paradise Island, Bahamas , 1986-7  © 2005 Estate of Tony O'Malley. Private Collection Tony O'Malley: Selected from the Irish Museum of Modern Art Show
20 May – 24 September 2006
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Brian Jungen, People's Flag , 2006. Textile Installation © The artist. Tate Photography Level 2 Gallery: Brian Jungen
20 May – 9 July 2006
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Bruce Nauman, Waxing Hot from Eleven Color Photographs, 1966/7-70 © ARS, NY and DACS, London 2006 Bruce Nauman: Make Me Think Me
19 May – 28 August 2006
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Kenneth Noland, Across Centre, 1966 © DACS, London/VAGA, New York 2006 Tate08 Series: Kenneth Noland: The Stripe Paintings
13 May – 28 August 2006
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Richard Hughes, Keep on Onnin', 2006 © courtesy the artist. © Tate Art Now: Richard Hughes
6 May – 15 October 2006
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Marie-Louise von Motesiczky, After the Ball, 1949 © Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust Marie-Louise von Motesiczky
11 April – 13 August 2006
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Dan Perjovschi, The Room Drawing (detail), 2005 © Dan Perjovschi Dan Perjovschi: The Room Drawing 2006
25 March – 23 June 2006
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Phil Collins, they shoot horses, 2004 © Phil Collins, Kerlin Gallery. Tate Phil Collins: they shoot horses
23 March 2006 – 1 January 2007
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Simryn Gill, Untitled (detail: The Asian Highway: A complete Overland Guide from Australia to Europe, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1979), 2006 © The artist. Jenni Carter Level 2 Gallery: Simryn Gill
18 March – 7 May 2006
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Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, A19, 1927 © Hattula Moholy-Nagy / DACS. Collection Hattula Moholy-Nagy Albers and Moholy-Nagy: From the Bauhaus to the New World
9 March – 4 June 2006
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John Stezaker, Mask II, 1991-1992Courtesy The Artist & The Approach, London Tate Triennial 2006: New British Art
1 March – 14 May 2006
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Henry Fuseli, The Nightmare , 1781The Detroit Institute of Arts Gothic Nightmares: Fuseli, Blake and the Romantic Imagination
15 February – 1 May 2006
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  Martin Kippenberger
8 February – 14 May 2006
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Jamie Shovlin, from 'The Twitcher', 2004–6 © courtesy the artist and Riflemaker, London Art Now: Jamie Shovlin
4 February – 7 May 2006
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Keith Pattison, Colliery, County Durham, 1984 © Keith Pattison Making History: Art and Documentary in Britain from 1929 to Now
3 February – 23 April 2006
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Ellsworth Kelly, Orange Relief with Green, 1991 © the Artist. Tate Ellsworth Kelly in St Ives
28 January – 7 May 2006
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Keiko Mukaide, Light of the North, 2006 © Keiko Mukaide. Installation view at Tate St Ives, 2006. Tate Keiko Mukaide: Glass installation
28 January – 7 May 2006
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Joseph Mallord William Turner, Plymouth, c.1825Courtesy Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon. Margarida Ramalho Light into Colour: Turner in the South West
28 January – 7 May 2006
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Catherine Sullivan, The Chittendens, 2005 © The artist. Courtesy Catherine Bastide, Brussels and Metro Pictures, New York Level 2 Gallery Catherine Sullivan
19 November 2005 – 5 March 2006
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Suky Best and Rory Hamilton, Cowboy Scene #12, 2005 © The artists Art Now: Lightbox: Artists' film and video programme
5 November – 31 December 2005
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Silke Otto-Knapp, Figure (Grey), 2005 © courtesy Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne and greengrassi, London Art Now: Silke Otto-Knapp
4 November 2005 – 15 January 2006
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Henri Rousseau, Tiger in a Tropical Storm (Surprised!), 1891The National Gallery, London Henri Rousseau: Jungles in Paris
3 November 2005 – 5 February 2006
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Sarah Lucas, Fighting Fire with Fire, 1996 © Sarah Lucas. Tate Sarah Lucas
28 October 2005 – 15 January 2006
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Jeff Wall , A Sudden Gust of Wind (After Hokusai), 1993 © Jeff Wall . Tate Jeff Wall: Photographs 1978-2004
21 October 2005 – 8 January 2006
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Simon Starling. Simon Starling, Shedboatshed (Mobile Architecture No.2) 2005, Mixed Media, Kustmuseum Basel & Tabernas Desert Run 2004, Fuel Cell powered bicycle, watercolour and Perspex vitrine, Glasgow City COuncil (Museums), Gallery of Modern Art, bought with the assistance of the National Art Collections Fund Turner Prize 2005
18 October 2005 – 22 January 2006
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Rachel Whiteread, EMBANKMENT © Tate. Photo: Marcus Leith The Unilever Series: Rachel Whiteread: EMBANKMENT
11 October 2005 – 1 May 2006
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Kerstin Kartscher, They exhaust even the patience of the Ocean , 2005 © the Artist. Courtesy Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch Galerie Karin Guenther/Nina Borgmann. Steve Tanner Kerstin Kartscher
8 October 2005 – 15 January 2006
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Simon Carroll, Thrown Square Pot, 2005 © the Artist. Tate. Dave Clarke and Andrew Dunkley Simon Carroll
8 October 2005 – 15 January 2006
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Tacita Dean, Palast, 2004Courtesy the artist, Frith Street Gallery, London and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York / Paris Tacita Dean
8 October 2005 – 15 January 2006
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Edgar Degas, L'Absinthe, 1875–1876Musée d’Orsay, Paris. © RMN - H.Lewandowski Degas, Sickert and Toulouse-Lautrec: London and Paris 1870–1910
5 October 2005 – 15 January 2006
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  Langlands & Bell: Zardad's Dog
3 October – 3 November 2005
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  Roger Fenton
21 September 2005 – 2 January 2006
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Chris Ofili, The Upper Room, 1999–2002 © courtesy Chris Ofili – Afroco and Victoria Miro Gallery. Tate Chris Ofili: The Upper Room
13 September 2005 – 1 January 2007
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Monika Kinley and Victor Musgrave
Courtesy of Tate Archive Outsider Art
13 September 2005 – 2 January 2006
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John Latham, Full Stop, 1961 © John Latham (noit prof. of flattime). Tate John Latham in focus
12 September 2005 – 26 February 2006
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Jan De Cock, Denkmal 53, Tate Modern, Bankside 53, London SE1 9TG, 2005 © Jan De Cock Level 2 Gallery: Jan De Cock
10 September – 30 October 2005
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  Art Now: Martin Westwood
3 September – 23 October 2005
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Light forms: Photogram of Collected River ObjectsTate River Voices: Exhibition of Work
6 August – 28 August 2005
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Bill Woodrow, Ship in a Bottle, 2003 © The artist Raised Awareness: Curated by Bill Woodrow
19 July – 30 September 2005
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Joshua Sofaer and Stacy Makishi, organisers of Tate Scavengers © Nick Turpin Tate Scavengers Exhibition
10 July – 10 July 2005
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  Art Now: Enrico David
2 July – 30 October 2005
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Michael Fullerton, John Peel, 2004 © The artist. courtesy Counter Gallery, London Art Now: Michael Fullerton
2 July – 21 August 2005
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  Level 2 Gallery: Meschac Gaba
25 June – 21 August 2005
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John Nash, The Cornfield, 1918 © Estate of the artist. Presented by the Contemporary Art Society 1952, Tate A Picture of Britain
15 June – 4 September 2005
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Frida Kahlo, Self-Portrait with Monkey, 1938 © Banco de México and INBAL, Mexico, 2005. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo NY Bequest of A. Conger Goodyear, 1966 Frida Kahlo
9 June – 9 October 2005
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  Open Systems: Rethinking Art c.1970
1 June – 18 September 2005
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  Herzog & de Meuron: An Exhibition
1 June – 29 August 2005
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Verner Panton, Panton Phantasy, 1970 © Panton Design, Basel Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era
27 May – 25 September 2005
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Joshua Reynolds, Portrait of Omai , c.1776Private Collection. Photograph by courtesy of Sotheby's Picture Library, London Joshua Reynolds: The Creation of Celebrity
26 May – 18 September 2005
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Paul Feiler, Janicon LXXXVIII, 2004 © The artist. Tate Paul Feiler: The Near and The Far
14 May – 25 September 2005
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Richard Deacon, Individual, 2004 © The artist. Courtesy of Marian Goodman Gallery New York. John Berens, New York Richard Deacon: Out of Order
14 May – 25 September 2005
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Matt Calderwood, Pole, 2000 © Matt Calderwood . Courtesy David Risley Gallery, London Art Now: Lightbox: Artists' Flm and Video Programme
7 May – 12 June 2005
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Andrew Grassie, New Hang, 2005 © Andrew Grassie. Courtesy the artist and Maureen Paley Art Now: Andrew Grassie: New Hang
5 May – 19 June 2005
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assume vivid astro focus, Butch Queen Realness with a Twist in Pastel Colours Video Show, 2005 © Courtesy John Connelly Presents, NY and peres projects, Los Angeles. Installation view at Tate Liverpool, 2005 assume vivid astro focus
23 April – 30 October 2005
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Damian Ortega, Módulo de construcción con tortillas, 1998 © The Artist. Kurimanzutto, Mexico City Untitled: Damián Ortega: The Uncertainty Principle
23 April – 12 June 2005
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Simparch, 2005. Installation view Tate Modern © Simparch. Tate Photography Untitled: Simparch
19 February – 10 April 2005
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August Strindberg, The Wave VII, (Vågen II) , 1901Musée d'Orsay, Paris August Strindberg: Painter, Photographer, Writer
17 February – 15 May 2005
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Claude Monet, Houses of Parliament: Effect of Sunlight in the Fog, 1904Musée d'Orsay, Paris Turner Whistler Monet
10 February – 15 May 2005
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Joseph Beuys, The Pack, 1969 © DACS 2005. Staatliche Museen Kassel, Neue Galerie Joseph Beuys: Actions, Vitrines, Environments
4 February – 2 May 2005
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Jananne Al-Alni, The Visit , 2005 © Jananna Al-Alni. Commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella and Norwich Gallery. Supported by Arts Council England, Film London and the Henry Moore Foundation. Supported by the National Touring Programme of the Arts Council of England. Art Now: Jananne Al-Ani: The Visit
4 February – 10 April 2005
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Anthony Caro , Early One Morning , 1962 © The artist, Barford Sculptures Ltd. Tate. Presented by the Contemporary Art Society 1965 Anthony Caro
26 January – 17 April 2005
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Callum Innes, Exposed Painting Blue Violet Charcoal Black, 2004 © The Artist Courtesy Frith Street Gallery. Hyjdla Kosaniuk, 2004 Callum Innes: Resonance
22 January – 2 May 2005
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Bernard Leach, Tea-bowl, c 1917 © David Leach / Crafts Study Centre 2004. Courtesy of Craft Study Centre, Surrey Institute of Art and Design Come to the Edge: The Pots and Tile Panels of Bernard Leach
22 January – 2 May 2005
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Denis Mitchell, Turning Form, 1959 © The Artist's Estate. Tate Denis Mitchell : Ascending Forms
22 January – 2 May 2005
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Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Glacier Crystal, Grindelwald, 1950 © The artist Wilhelmina Barns-Graham: Movement and Light: Imag(in)ing Time
22 January – 2 May 2005
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Richard Wentworth, Tract (from Boost to Wham), 1993 © Courtesy of the artist and Lisson Gallery London Richard Wentworth
21 January – 24 April 2005
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Dr Lakra, Mosquitoes, 2003Courtesy Kate MacGarry, London Untitled : Pin Up: Contemporary Collage and Drawing
4 December 2004 – 30 January 2005
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Mariele Neudecker, Another Day (simultaneous record of the sun rising and setting in two opposite locations on the globe - South East Australia and West Azores), 2000 © Courtesy the artist, Galerie Barbara Thumm. Photograph David Brandt Mariele Neudecker: Over and Over, Again and Again
20 November 2004 – 6 March 2005
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Preparatory drawing for '6 things we couldn’t do, but can do now' performance for Art Now at Tate Britain, by Jimmy Robert and Ian White. © Ian White Art Now: Jimmy Robert / Ian White: 6 things we couldn't do, but can do now
20 November – 5 December 2004
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18 November 2004 – 9 March 2005
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Robert Frank, Cocksucker Blues, 1972 © Robert Frank. Courtesy Pace/MacGill Gallery Robert Frank: Storylines
28 October 2004 – 23 January 2005
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Photo of Paula Rego in her studio with The Pillowman triptych © Copyright Stephen James of Prudence Cumming Associates Ltd. Paula Rego
25 October 2004 – 3 January 2005
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Jeremy Deller , Cop with Flowers, San Antonio, Texas, 2003 © The artist. Courtesy of the Modern Institute, Glasgow Turner Prize 2004
20 October – 28 December 2004
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Bruce Nauman, Raw Materials, 2004 © ARS, NY and DACS, London 2006 The Unilever Series: Bruce Nauman: Raw Materials
12 October 2004 – 2 May 2005
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Jem Southam, Clay Tip, Brewers Hill, 2004 © the artist Jem Southam: From A Distance: An Industrial Landscape in Cornwall
9 October 2004 – 9 January 2005
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Trevor Bell, Tall Seven, 1975-6 © The artist. Jon Nalon, Tallahassee, Florida Trevor Bell: Beyond Materiality: Paintings and Drawings 1967-2004
9 October 2004 – 9 January 2005
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Fiona Tan, Saint Sebastian, 2001 © Fiona Tan. Courtesy Frith Street Gallery, London Time Zones: Recent Film and Video
6 October 2004 – 2 January 2005
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Mohamed Camara, Chambre Malienne No 47 (Certains matins je n’ai pas le courage de commencer la journée), 2001–2002 © Courtesy Galerie Pierre Brullé, Paris Untitled: Mohamed Camara
2 October – 21 November 2004
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Gwen John, Self-Portrait, 1902 © Estate of Gwen John 2004. All Rights Reserved, DACS Gwen John and Augustus John
29 September 2004 – 9 January 2005
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David Thorpe , The Colonists, 2004Meyer Riegger Galerie and Maureen Paley Interim Art. Heinz Pelz Art Now: David Thorpe
24 September – 14 November 2004
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  Donald Rodney Display
20 September – 31 December 2004
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Valeska Soares, Tonight, 2002 © The artist/courtesy Galeria Fortes, Vilaça, São Paulo Liverpool Biennial: International 04
18 September – 28 November 2004
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  Chemistry III: Shaping Ideas
11 September – 19 September 2004
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  Anthony McCall: Long Film for Four Projectors
10 September – 10 September 2004
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  Untitled:Julia Loktev, Julika Rudelius and Cui Xiuwen
July 2004 – September 2004
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Claire Barclay, Half Light, 2004 © Claire Barclay. Courtesy Doggerfisher, Edinburgh Art Now: Claire Barclay: Half-light
3 July – 12 September 2004
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  Art Now: Lightbox
3 July – 5 September 2004
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  Art and the Sixties
30 June – 27 September 2004
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  Luc Tuymans
23 June – 26 September 2004
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Friedrich Kunath, Your Problems, 2003 © The Artist, BQ Cologne/photograph by Bernard Schaub Rhinegold: Art from Cologne
12 June – 22 August 2004
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  Art of the Garden
3 June – 30 August 2004
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  Head to Head
30 May – 30 August 2004
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Grayson Perry, My Gods, 1994 © the artist A Secret History of Clay: From Gauguin to Gormley
28 May – 30 August 2004
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  Edward Hopper
27 May – 5 September 2004
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Mariele Neudecker, Another Day, 2000 © Mariele Neudecker, courtesy Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin Mariele Neudecker: Over and Over, Again and Again
22 May – 26 September 2004
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Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Caravan, 2002 © the artist Gwyn Hanssen Pigott: Caravan
21 May – 26 September 2004
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Mike Marshall, The Earth is Flat, 2001 © the artist Mike Marshall: Here is Fine
21 May – 26 September 2004
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Ben Nicholson, 1939-44 (painted relief) , 1939-44 © Angela Verran-Tuant. All rights reserved, DACS 2002 Artists of the St Ives School: The Essential Image
20 May – 26 September 2004
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David Nash, Pyramid, Sphere & Cube, 1997-8 © the artist David Nash: Making and Placing: Abstract Sculpture 1978 - 2004
20 May – 26 September 2004
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  Michael Landy
18 May – 12 December 2004
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  Untitled: Elmgreen and Dragset
12 May – 4 July 2004
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Kara Walker, Grub for Sharks: A Concession to the Negro Populace (detail), 2004 © Courtesy the artist and Brent Sikkema. Tate Liverpool 2004 Project Space: Kara Walker : Grub For Sharks: A Concession to the Negro Populace
1 May – 31 October 2004
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Muntean / Rosenblum, Untitled (At a time when...), 2004 © Muntean / Rosenblum. Courtesy Maureen Paley Art Now: Muntean/Rosenblum: It Is Never Facts That Tell
17 April – 20 June 2004
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Anthony Gormley, Field, 1991 © Courtesy of the artist and Jay Jopling/ White Cube (London) Antony Gormley: Field
10 April – 22 August 2004
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  In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
3 March – 31 May 2004
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Robert Gober, Untitled, 1989-92 © The Artist The Uncanny: Mike Kelley
20 February – 3 May 2004
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  Pre-Raphaelite Vision: Truth to Nature
12 February – 3 May 2004
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Ged Quinn, Darkening of the Green, 2003/4 © the artist Ged Quinn: Artist's Residency
7 February – 9 May 2004
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Karl Weschke, Fire-Eater (with spectators), 1984-86 © the artist Karl Weschke: Beneath a Black Sky: Paintings and Drawings 1953 - 2004
7 February – 9 May 2004
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  Art Now: Nigel Cooke
7 February – 28 March 2004
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  Donald Judd
5 February – 25 April 2004
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  Constantin Brancusi
29 January – 23 May 2004
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Michel Majerus, fries, 2001 © Estate Michel Majerus, courtesy neugerriemschneider, Berlin. Tate Project Space: Michel Majerus: Pop Reloaded
24 January – 18 April 2004
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  Out of Time
1 December – 19 December 2003
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  Art Now: Lightbox
22 November 2003 – 15 February 2004
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Ian Kiaer, Wittgenstein project / Skjolden, 2003 © The artist, courtesy Alison Jacques Gallery, London Art Now: Ian Kier: Brueghel project/studio
22 November 2003 – 25 January 2004
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Hayley Newman, Crying Glasses (An Aid to Melancholia), 1998 © the artist. Casey Orr Art, Lies and Videotape: Exposing Performance
14 November 2003 – 25 January 2004
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  Turner Prize 2003
29 October 2003 – 18 January 2004
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Alan Davie, Journey of the Signs, 2003 © Alan Davie Alan Davie: Jingling Space
25 October 2003 – 25 January 2004
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Partou Zia, In Times Relief, 2003 © Partou Zia Partou Zia: Artist's Residency
25 October 2003 – 25 January 2004
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Richard Slee, Appropriated Rabbit, 2002 Richard Slee: Panorama
25 October 2003 – 25 January 2004
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  Common Wealth
22 October – 28 December 2003
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  Video Positive 2004
17 October 2003 – 1 February 2004
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Olafur Eliasson, The Weather Project, 2003 © Olafur Eliasson. © 2003 Tate, London The Unilever Series: Olafur Eliasson: The Weather Project
16 October 2003 – 21 March 2004
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  Turner and Venice
9 October 2003 – 11 January 2004
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  Sigmar Polke: History of Everything
2 October 2003 – 4 January 2004
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Lucy McKenzie and Paulina Olowska, Oblique Composition, 2003. Performance view © Lucy McKenzie. Alan Dimmick Art Now: Lucy McKenzie
20 September – 9 November 2003
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  Barnett Newman
20 September – 5 January 2003
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  Lynn Chadwick
15 September 2003 – 31 March 2004
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  Icons of British Satire
15 September – 12 October 2003
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Paul Nash, Battle of Germany, 1944 © Imperial War Museum, London Paul Nash: Modern Artist, Ancient Landscape
23 July – 9 October 2003
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  Art Now: Lightbox
19 July – 14 September 2003
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David Musgrave, Animal, 1998 © David Musgrave. Courtesy the artist and greengrassi Art Now: David Musgrave
19 July – 7 September 2003
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  Bridget Riley
26 June – 28 September 2003
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Roger Hiorns, Vauxhall, 2003Courtesy the artist and Corvi-Mora, London. David Lambert and Rod Tidman Art Now: Roger Hiorns
7 June – 31 August 2003
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  Wolfgang Tillmans
6 June – 14 September 2003
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  Cruel and Tender The Real in the Twentieth-Century Photograph
5 June – 7 September 2003
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Barbara Hepworth, Tides I, 1946 © Bowness, Hepworth Estate. Tate Barbara Hepworth Centenary
24 May – 12 October 2003
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  Special Display: A Century of Artists' Film in Britain
19 May 2003 – 18 April 2004
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  Paul McCarthy
19 May – 26 October 2003
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Mark Titchner, BE ANGRY BUT DON'T STOP BREATHING, 2003 © the artist. Courtesy Vilma Gold, London Art Now: Mark Titchner
17 May – 6 July 2003
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  Thomas Ruff: 1979 to the Present
9 May – 6 July 2003
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  Janet Cardiff: Forty Part Motet and Muriel Lake Incident
12 April – 7 September 2003
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  Formal Situations: Abstraction in Britain 1960-1970
5 April – 5 October 2003
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  Live Culture
27 March – 30 March 2003
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Zarina Bhimji, Out of the Blue, 2002 © Zarina Bhimji Art Now: Zarina Bhimji
1 March – 5 May 2003
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  Days Like These Tate Triennial of Contemporary British Art 2003
26 February – 26 May 2003
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  Max Beckmann
13 February – 5 May 2003
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Alfred Wallis, Headland with Two Three Masters, 1934-8Pier Arts Centre Collection Pier Arts Centre Collection
8 February 2003 – 11 May 2004
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  Painting Not Painting
8 February – 11 May 2003
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  Constable to Delacroix British Art and the French Romantics
5 February – 11 May 2003
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Rut Blees Luxemburg, Phantom, 2003. Installation view at Tate Liverpool, 2003Tate Project Space: Rut Blees Luxemburg: Phantom
5 February – 6 April 2003
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  Gavin Turk
Until 12 January 2003
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Andreas Gursky, 99 Cent II (diptych), 2001 © Andreas Gursky/VG Bild-Kunst. Courtesy Monika Sprüth Galerie, Cologne Shopping: A Century of Art and Consumer Culture
20 December 2002 – 23 March 2003
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  Marcus Gheeraerts II: Elizabethan Artist
2 December 2002 – 20 April 2003
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  Eva Hesse
13 November 2002 – 9 March 2003
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  Turner Prize 2002
30 October 2002 – 5 January 2003
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  Real Life
26 October 2002 – 26 January 2003
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  Gainsborough
24 October 2002 – 19 January 2003
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Anish Kapoor, Marsyas, 2002© Tate Photography The Unilever Series: Anish Kapoor: Marsyas
9 October 2002 – 6 April 2003
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Matt Franks, transcendent plastic infinite, 2002. Detail of installation  © the artist Art Now: Matt Franks
21 September – 15 December 2002
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  Anya Gallaccio
16 September 2002 – 26 January 2003
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  Liverpool Biennial: International 2002
14 September – 24 November 2002
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Kosho Ito, Earth Folds (detail), 2002 © Kosho Ito Kosho Ito
8 July – 13 October 2002
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  Naum Gabo
8 July – 13 October 2002
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Richard Long, Slate Atlantic, 2002. Installation view at Tate St Ives, 2002 © Richard Long Richard Long
8 July – 13 October 2002
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  Thomas Girtin and the Art of Watercolour
4 July – 29 September 2002
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  Lucian Freud
20 June – 22 September 2002
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Ori Gersht, Afterglow, 2002. Installation view © Ori Gersht . Courtesy Andrew Mummery Gallery, London Art Now: Ori Gersht: Afterglow
25 May – 26 August 2002
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  Remix: Contemporary Art and Pop
24 May – 26 August 2002
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  MatissePicasso
11 May – 18 August 2002
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  Eija-Liisa Ahtila
30 April – 28 July 2002
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Pin-up Installation Shot, Tate Liverpool 2002  © Tate Pin-up: Glamour and Celebrity
26 March 2002 – 19 January 2003
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  Hamish Fulton
14 March – 4 June 2002
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Philip Guston, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 2002© Tate Philip Guston
9 March – 18 August 2002
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  American Sublime: Landscape Painting in the United States, 1820-1880
21 February – 19 May 2002
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Dryden Goodwin, Closer, 2002 © Courtesy the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London Art Now: Dryden Goodwin
9 February – 5 May 2002
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  Warhol
7 February – 1 April 2002
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  Marc Quinn
1 February – 28 April 2002
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  Sandra Blow
15 December 2001 – 10 March 2002
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  Telling Tales: Narrative Impulses in Recent Art
8 December 2001 – 11 August 2002
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  Project Space: Richard Wright
24 November 2001 – 10 March 2002
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  Turner Prize 2001
7 November 2001 – 20 January 2002
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  Exposed: The Victorian Nude
1 November 2001 – 27 January 2002
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Lucy Gunning, Climbing Around My Room, 1993. detail © Lucy Gunning. Courtesy the artist / Matt's Gallery, London Art Now: Lucy Gunning: Intermediate II
1 November 2001 – 20 January 2002
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  Paul McCarthy
9 October 2001 – 13 January 2002
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  Image and Idol: Medieval Sculpture
20 September 2001 – 3 March 2002
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  Surrealism: Desire Unbound
20 September 2001 – 1 January 2002
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  Bryan Wynter: Curated by Chris Stephens
15 September – 2 December 2001
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  Liam Gillick: Annlee You Proposes
7 September 2001 – April 2002
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  Darren Almond: Night as Day
7 September 2001 – 17 February 2002
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  Katharina Fritsch
7 September – 9 December 2001
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  Michael Andrews
19 July – 7 October 2001
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Rineke Dijkstra, Kolobrzeg, Poland, July 26 1992 , 1992 © Tate. Courtesy of Rineke Dijkstra and Anthony D'Offay At Sea
14 July – 23 September 2001
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  Drawing Materials and Techniques: Works on Paper from the Oppé Collection 1700-1850
18 June – 26 August 2001
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Juan Muñoz, Double Bind, 2001Marcus Leith The Unilever Series: Juan Muñoz: Double Bind
12 June 2001 – 10 March 2002
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  James Gillray: The Art of Caricature
5 June – 2 September 2001
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  Zero to Infinity: Arte Povera 1962-1972
31 May – 19 August 2001
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  Giorgio Morandi
22 May – 12 August 2001
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  Contemporary Intervention: Capital
11 May – September 2001
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Sarah Morris, Rio (with Palms) [Las Vegas] , 2000 © Sarah Morris. Tate Hybrids: International Contemporary Painting
6 April – 24 June 2001
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  Stanley Spencer
22 March – 24 June 2001
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Emotional Ties, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 2001© Tate Emotional Ties
17 March 2001 – 24 February 2002
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Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway, The first stars in the planetarium, Black Shoals Stock Market Planetarium, 2001  © Courtesy and copyright of the artists Art Now: Art and Money Online
6 March – 3 June 2001
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William Tucker, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 2001© Tate William Tucker
3 March – 25 November 2001
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  Tacita Dean
15 February – 7 May 2001
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  Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis
1 February – 29 April 2001
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Lisa Milroy, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 2001© Tate Lisa Milroy
19 January – 18 March 2001
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Ian Davenport : Project Space, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 2000© Tate Ian Davenport: Project Space
14 November 2000 – 21 January 2001
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  William Blake
9 November 2000 – 11 February 2001
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Mark Wallinger : Credo, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 2000© Tate Mark Wallinger: Credo
20 October – 23 December 2000
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Knust Asdam, Psychasthenia (10), 2000 © Courtesy and copyright of the artist Art Now: Knut Asdam
11 July – 1 October 2000
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  Douglas Gordon
23 June – 1 October 2000
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  Between Cinema and a Hard Place
12 May – 3 December 2000
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Louise Bourgeois, I Do, I Undo and I Redo, 2000Tate Photography The Unilever Series: Louise Bourgeois: I Do, I Undo, I Redo
12 May – 26 November 2000
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Tony Cragg, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 2000© Tate Tony Cragg
18 March – 4 June 2000
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The Other Side of Zero - Video Positive 2000, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 2000© Tate The Other Side of Zero: Video Positive 2000
4 March – 1 May 2000
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Mark Dion, Tate Thames Dig, 2000 © the artist. Tate Photography Art Now: Mark Dion: Tate Thames Dig
26 October 1999 – 26 February 2000
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  Heaven: An Exhibition that will Break Your Heart
9 October 1999 – 27 February 2000
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Simon Callery. Installation view of Art Now exhibition, 1999 Copyright and courtesy of the artist Art Now: Simon Callery
3 August – 10 October 1999
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  Contemporary German & American Art: From the Froehlich Collection
5 June – 20 August 1999
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Doris Salcedo, Unland, audible in the mouth, 1998 © Doris Salcedo. Courtesy of Alexander and Bonin, New York. Herbert Lotz Art Now: Doris Salcedo: Unland
11 May – 18 July 1999
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Victor Pasmore Installation Shot 1998, Tate Liverpool © Tate Victor Pasmore: Changing The Process of Painting
1 April 1999 – 20 March 2000
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  Violent Incident
27 March 1999 – 6 February 2000
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Thomas Demand, Tunnel, 1999 © Thomas Demand, VG Bild Kunst, Bonn/ DACS, London Art Now: Thomas Demand: Tunnel
16 February – 25 April 1999
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Jean-Marc Bustamante, Something is Missing, 1999. Installation view  © the artist Art Now: Jean-Marc Bustamante: Something is Missing
1 December 1998 – 31 January 1999
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Fiona Banner, You gota lot of nerve, 1998 © the artist. Tate Art Now: Fiona Banner
3 September – 8 November 1998
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Sophie Calle, The Birthday Ceremony 1981, 1998 © Sophie Calle Art Now: Sophie Calle
5 June – 16 August 1998
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  Urban
23 May 1998 – 11 April 1999
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Graham Gussin, Any Object in the Universe, 1998 © Graham Gussin. Courtesy the artist and Lisson Gallery, London Art Now: Graham Gussin
3 March – 10 May 1998
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Paul Winstanley, Lounge A, 1997 © Paul Winstanley. Courtesy the artist and Maureen Paley Art Now: Paul Winstanley: Annexe
4 December 1997 – 15 February 1998
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Beat Streuli, Oxford Street, 1997 © the artist Art Now: Beat Streuli: Oxford Street
27 August – 9 November 1997
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Michal Rovner, Mutual Interest, 1997 © the artist. Courtesy the artist Art Now: Michal Rovner
28 May – 3 August 1997
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Kathy Prendergast, City Drawings Series (London),, 1997 © Kathy Prendergast. Courtesy of the Kerlin Gallery Art Now: Kathy Prendergast: City Drawings
11 March – 11 May 1997
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Nicholas Pope, The Apostles Speaking in Tongues (Philip),, 1997 © the artist. Courtesy the artist Art Now: Nicholas Pope: The Apostles Speaking in Tongues
3 December 1996 – 23 February 1997
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Rachel Whiteread, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1996 © Tate Rachel Whiteread: Shedding Life
14 September 1996 – 5 January 1997
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Paula Rego, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1996© Tate Paula Rego
8 September 1996 – 13 April 1997
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Tacita Dean, Foley Artist, 1996. Installation views of Art Now Exhibition, Tate Britain © Courtesy the artist and Frith Street Gallery. Tate Art Now: Tacita Dean: Foley Artist
12 August – 10 November 1996
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Joan Miró Installation Shot, Tate Liverpool 1996 © Tate Joan Miró: Printmaker
18 June – 26 August 1996
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Paul Graham, Hypermetropia,, 1996. Installation view © the artist Art Now: Paul Graham: Hypermetropia
23 April – 23 July 1996
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New Contemporaries 96, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1996© Tate New Contemporaries 96
13 April – 25 May 1996
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Wandering About In The Future Installation, Tate Liverpool 1996 © Tate Wandering About In The Future: New Tate Acquisitions
30 March – 13 October 1996
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Characters and Conversations, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1996© Tate Characters and Conversations
16 March 1996 – 30 April 1997
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Georgina Starr, The Hungry Brain,, 1996. Still from video © the artist. Courtesy the artist and emily Tsingou gallery Art Now: Georgina Starr: Hypnodreamdruff
13 February – 7 April 1996
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  Susan Hiller
20 January – 17 March 1996
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Miroslaw Balka , Dawn,, 1996. Installation view © the artist. Courtesy the artist and White Cube, London Art Now: Miroslaw Balka: Dawn
21 November 1995 – 28 January 1996
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Vital: Three Contemporary African Artists Installation Shoot 1995 © Tate Vital: Three Contemporary African Artists
13 October – 10 December 1995
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Genevieve Cadieux, Broken Memory, 1995 © the artist. Courtesy Galerie Rene Blouin, Montreal Art Now: Genevieve Cadieux: Broken Memory
5 September – 5 November 1995
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Making It, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1995© Tate Making It
29 July – 29 October 1995
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Marc Quinn, Fear of Fear, 1994 © the artist. Courtesy the artist and White Cube, London Art Now: Marc Quinn: Emotional Detox
4 July – 20 August 1995
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  Andreas Gursky: Images
1 July – 28 August 1995
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Michael Sandle: Memorials for the Twentieth Century, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1995© Tate Michael Sandle: Memorials for the Twentieth Century
17 June – 10 September 1995
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Witness: Photoworks from the Collection, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1995© Tate Witness: Photoworks from the Collection
6 May 1995 – 2 January 1996
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Matthew Barney, OTTOshaft, 1992. Detail from 'OTTOdrone' © Matthew Barney 1992. Courtesy Gladstone Gallery, New York. Peter Strietmann Art Now: Matthew Barney: OTTOshaft
2 May – 18 June 1995
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  Video Positive: The UK's International Festival of Electronic Arts
29 April – 4 June 1995
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Sigmar Polke Installation Shot, Tate Liverpool 1995  © Tate Sigmar Polke: Join the Dots
21 January – 1 March 1995
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Barbara Hepworth Installation Shot, Tate Liverpool 1994 Barbara Hepworth: A Retrospective
14 September – 4 December 1994
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Moral Tales, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1994© Tate Moral Tales
29 March 1994 – 2 January 1995
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Venus Re-defined, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1994 © Tate Venus Re-defined: Sculpture by Rodin, Matisse and Contemporaries
15 March 1994 – 4 June 1995
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  Ann Hamilton: mneme
22 January – 2 March 1994
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Christmas Tree, 1993. © Shirazeh Houshiary

Christmas Tree 1993: Shirazeh Houshiary
5 December 1993 – 4 January 1994
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  Antony Gormley: Testing A World View (Field of British Isles)
24 November 1993 – 30 January 1994
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Elective Affinities, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1993  © Tate Elective Affinities
8 September – 7 November 1993
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Robert Gober, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1993 © Tate Robert Gober
19 June – 7 November 1993
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  David Hockney: Paintings and Prints from 1960
7 April 1993 – 13 February 1994
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  Joseph Beuys: The Revolution Is Us
23 February – 14 April 1993
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Roy Lichtenstein Installation Shot, Tate Liverpool 1993 © Tate Roy Lichtenstein
17 February – 18 April 1993
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  Gibert & George: The Cosmological Pictures
23 January – 14 March 1993
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Christmas Tree, 1992. © Craigie Aitchison

Christmas Tree 1992: Craigie Aitchison
5 December 1992 – 4 January 1993
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  Working With Nature: Traditional Thought in Contemporary Art from Korea
8 April – 21 June 1992
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Myth-Making Installation Shot, Tate Liverpool 1992 © Tate Myth-Making: Abstract Expressionist Painting from the United States
10 March 1992 – 10 January 1993
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Stanley Spencer Installation Shot, Tate Liverpool 1992  © Tate Stanley Spencer: A Sort of Heaven
10 March 1992 – 7 January 1993
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Ian Hamilton Finlay and the Wild Hawthorn Press Installation Image,Tate Liverpool 1991.  © Tate Ian Hamilton Finlay and the Wild Hawthorn Press: 1958-1991
14 December 1991 – 19 January 1992
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Christmas Tree, 1991. © Boyd Webb Christmas Tree 1991: Boyd Webb
5 December 1991 – 4 January 1992
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A Cabinet of Signs, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1991© Tate A Cabinet Of Signs: Contemporary Art from Post-Modern Japan
16 October – 1 December 1991
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  Echo: Works By Women Artists
23 August – 29 September 1991
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  Malcom Morley: Watercolours
23 August – 29 September 1991
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  Alison Wilding: Immersion: Sculpture from Ten Years
22 May – 4 August 1991
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  Original Eyes: The Progressive Vision In English Watercolour 1750-1850
22 May – 4 August 1991
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Christopher Nevinson, The Arrival, exhibited 1914 © Tate Dynamism: The Art Of Modern Life Before The Great War
20 March – 29 December 1991
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Christmas Tree, 1990. © Lisa Milroy Christmas Tree 1990: Lisa Milroy
5 December 1990 – 4 January 1991
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  New North: New Art From The North Of Britain
23 March – 12 August 1990
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  Expressions & Engagement: German Painting from the Tate Collection
7 March 1990 – 3 March 1991
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  Francis Bacon: Paintings Since 1944
20 February 1990 – 13 January 1991
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Lifelines: Four British Artists Installation Shot, Tate Liverpool 1990 © Tate Lifelines
24 January – 4 March 1990
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Tim Head, Installation of Christmas Tree, 1989. © Tate Christmas Tree 1989: Tim Head
5 December 1989 – 4 January 1990
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  World War Two
26 September – 31 December 1989
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Degas, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1989  © Tate Degas: Images of Women
22 September – 31 December 1989
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Art from Koln, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1989© Tate Art from Köln
20 May – 28 August 1989
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  Brian McCann: 'Recognition: Drawings from a Series'
11 April – 5 May 1989
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Minimalism Installation Shot, 1988 Tate Liverpool  © Tate Minimalism: What You See Is What You See
22 March 1989 – 1 February 1990
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W R Sickert: Drawings and Paintings Installation, Tate Liverpool 1989 W R Sickert: Drawing and Paintings 1890–1942
22 March 1989 – 1 February 1990
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Towards A Bigger Picture, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1989 © Tate Towards A Bigger Picture: Contemporary British Photographs
14 February – 1 May 1989
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Bill Woodrow, Installation of Christmas Tree, 1988. © Tate Christmas Tree 1988: Bill Woodrow
5 December 1988 – 4 January 1989
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Angry Penguins, installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1988 © Tate Angry Penguins: Realist Painting in Melbourne in the 1940s
5 October – 27 November 1988
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Starlit Waters, Installation view, Tate Liverpool, 1988 © Tate Starlit Waters: British Sculpture 1968-1988
28 May 1988 – 4 September 1989
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  Surrealism
28 May 1988 – 5 March 1989
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  Mark Rothko: The Seagram Mural Project
28 May 1988 – 12 February 1989
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William Blake, The Good and Evil Angel, ca. 1805Tate The John Hay Whitney Collection
16 December 1960 – 29 January 1961
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Philip Wilson Steer, Chepstow, 1905 © Tate Wilson Steer, 1860-1942
11 November – 11 December 1960
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  Giacomo Manzù
1 October – 6 November 1960
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  The Blue Rider Group
30 September – 30 October 1960
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  Picasso
6 July – 18 September 1960
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Walter Richard Sickert, Café Des Tribunaux, Dieppe, ca.1890 © Tate Sickert: Paintings and Drawings
18 May – 19 June 1960
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Charles Conder, The Green Apple, 1894Tate Contemporary Art Society Fiftieth Anniversary Exhibition
1 April – 8 May 1960
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James Ward, A Spaniel Frightening Ducks, 1821Tate James Ward, 1769–1859
2 January – 31 January 1960
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  Sculpture by Jacques Lipchitz
14 November – 16 December 1959
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  From Holder to Klee: Swiss Art of the Twentieth Century
10 October – 1 November 1959
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Thomas Gainsborough, Lady Bate-Dudley, ca 1787Tate The Romantic Movement
10 July – 27 September 1959
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Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell, 1942 © Tate Duncan Grant: a Retrospective Exhibition
12 May – 20 June 1959
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  Francis Gruber, 1912-1948
1 April – 3 May 1959
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The New American Painting, inauguration, Tate Britain, 1959© Tate The New American Painting
24 February – 22 March 1959
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Lovis Corinth, The Temptation of St Anthony After Gustave Flaubert, 1908Tate Lovis Corinth
9 January – 15 February 1959
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  Evie Hone, 1894-1955
2 January – 15 February 1959
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  Paintings from the Urvater Collection
12 November – 14 December 1958
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  The Moltzau Collection: from Cézanne to Picasso
3 October – 2 November 1958
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  The Religious Theme
10 July – 21 August 1958
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23 May – 29 June 1958
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Joseph Wright of Derby, An experiment on a bird in the air pump, 1768Tate Joseph Wright of Derby
11 April – 18 May 1958
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  Paintings by Kandinsky from the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum
15 January – 16 February 1958
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Sir William Quiller Orchardson, The First Cloud, 1887Tate Watercolours of the Twentieth Century
1 January – 31 December 1958
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  Art Books
11 December 1957 – 8 January 1958
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  Constant Permeke
13 November – 15 December 1957
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Claude Monet, Poplars on the Epte, 1891Tate Claude Monet
26 September – 3 November 1957
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  Works from the Collections of Sir Edward and Lady Hulton
29 August – 18 September 1957
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Joseph Highmore, Pamela in the Bedroom with Mrs Jewkes and Mr B., 1743-4Tate British Painting in the Eighteenth Century
15 August – 25 August 1957
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  Wilhelm Lehmbruck, 1881–1919
7 June – 7 July 1957
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  Paintings from the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum
16 April – 26 May 1957
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  Modern Italian Art from the Estorick Collection
21 November – 19 December 1956
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  Braque
28 September – 11 November 1956
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  Autour du Cubisme
27 July – 9 September 1956
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Wyndham Lewis, Composition, 1913 © Wyndham Lewis and the estate of Mrs G A Wyndham Lewis by kind permission of the Wyndham Lewis Memorial Trust (a registered charity). Tate Wyndham Lewis and Vorticism
6 July – 19 August 1956
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  Hundred Years of German Painting, 1850–1950
25 April – 10 June 1956
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  The Seasons
1 March – 15 April 1956
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  Modern Art in the United States
5 January – 12 February 1956
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Stanley Spencer, The Resurrection, Cookham, 1924–7 © Tate Stanley Spencer: a Retrospective Exhibition
3 November – 18 December 1955
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Paul Gauguin, Faa Iheihe, 1898Tate Paul Gauguin
30 September – 26 October 1955
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  Four French Realists: Minaux, Rapp, Montané, Vinay
6 August – 4 September 1955
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Ben Nicholson, 1928 (foothills, Cumberland), 1928 © The Estate of Ben Nicholson. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2007. Tate Ben Nicholson: a Retrospective Exhibition
16 June – 2 August 1955
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Harold Gilman, French Interior, ca 1905-7 Tate Harold Gilman, 1876-1919
4 May – 5 June 1955
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  Works by Paul Klee from the Hulton Collection
4 May – 5 June 1955
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George Morland, The Fortune TellerTate George Morland
31 December 1954 – 30 January 1955
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David Jones, The Four Queens, 1954 © The estate of David Jones. Tate David Jones
17 December 1954 – 30 January 1955
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 George Frederic Watts, The Golden Age, 1840Tate George Frederic Watts
17 December 1954 – 30 January 1955
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Paul Cézanne, The Gardener Vallier, c1906Tate Paintings by Cézanne
29 September – 27 October 1954
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  Masterpieces from the São Paulo Museum of Art
19 June – 15 August 1954
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Edouard Manet, Portrait of Eva Gonzales, 1870Tate Manet and His Circle: Paintings from the Louvre
24 April – 7 June 1954
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Charles Ginner, Café Royal, 1911 © Tate Paintings and Drawings by Charles Ginner
30 January – 20 February 1954
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  The Pleydell-Bouverie Collection
26 January – 9 May 1954
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  Paintings and Drawings by Raoul Dufy
9 January – 7 February 1954
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Cecil Collins, Hymn, 1953 © Tate Figures in Their Settings
5 November – 20 December 1953
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  Yugoslav Medieval Frescoes
23 October – 13 December 1953
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Auguste Renoir, Peaches and Almonds, 1901Tate Renoir
25 September – 25 October 1953
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Matthew Smith, Peaches , 1937 © Tate Matthew Smith: Paintings from 1909 to 1952
3 September – 18 October 1953
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Thomas Gainsborough, Musidora, 1780-8Tate Thomas Gainsborough
27 May – 4 August 1953
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Graham Sutherland, Crucifixion  , 1946 © Tate Paintings and Drawings by Graham Sutherland
14 March – 30 April 1953
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  The Unknown Political Prisoner
14 March – 30 April 1953
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  Mexican Art: from Pre-Columbian Times to the Present Day
4 March – 26 April 1953
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  Matisse
9 January – 22 February 1953
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  Epstein
25 September – 9 November 1952
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Edgar Degas, Little Dancer Aged Fourteen, 1880-1Tate Degas
20 September – 19 October 1952
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Twentieth Century Masterpieces, installation view, Tate Britain, 1952© Tate Twentieth Century Masterpieces
15 July – 17 August 1952
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Frances Hodgkins, Loveday and Ann: Two Women with a Basket of Flowers, 1915 © Tate Ethel Walker, Frances Hodgkins, Gwen John
7 May – 15 June 1952
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  Seventeen Collectors
21 March – 27 April 1952
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  Paintings, Etchings and Lithographs by Edvard Munch
31 October – 1 December 1951
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William Dobson, Endymion Porter, ca 1642-45Tate William Dobson, 1611-1646: an Exhibition of Paintings
12 October – 11 November 1951
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  Theatrical Pictures from the Garrick Club
9 August – 9 September 1951
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William Hogarth, A Scene from `The Beggar's Opera' VI , 1731Tate William Hogarth
29 June – 29 July 1951
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JMW Turner, The Lake, Petworth: Sunset, Fighting Bucks  , 1829 caTate The Turner Collection from Petworth House
17 May – 15 June 1951
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Henry Moore, Pink and Green Sleepers, 1941Tate Sculpture and Drawings by Henry Moore
2 May – 29 July 1951
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  Eton Leaving Portraits
11 April – 31 May 1951
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Edward Wadsworth, The Beached Margin, 1937 © Tate Edward Wadsworth, 1889-1945: Memorial Exhibition
2 February – 19 March 1951
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  Modern Italian Art
28 June – 30 July 1950
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William Rothenstein, The Doll's House, 1899-1900 © The estate of William Rothenstein. Tate Sir William Rothenstein, 1872-1945: Memorial Exhibition
5 May – 4 June 1950
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  The Private Collector
23 March – 23 April 1950
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  Fernand Léger
17 February – 19 March 1950
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  Works by James Pryde: Memorial Exhibition
23 September – 23 October 1949
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Art Treasures from Vienna, Queen Mary visiting the exhibition, Tate Britain, 1949© Tate Art Treasures from Vienna
12 May – 3 September 1949
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Richard Wilson, Meleager and Atalanta, ca 1770Tate Pictures by Richard Wilson and His Circle
22 January – 14 March 1949
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David, The exhibition private view, Tate Britain, 1948© Tate David, 1748-1825
4 December 1948 – 16 January 1949
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William Holman Hunt, Our English Coasts, 1852Tate Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, 1848-1948: Centenary Exhibition
30 September – 14 November 1948
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Contemporary South African Art, The Queen with Princess Margaret visiting the exhibition, Tate Britain, 1948© Tate Contemporary South African Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture
21 September – 31 October 1948
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  Paintings by Jack B Yeats
14 August – 15 September 1948
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  Pictures for School: SEA Exhibition
18 June – 8 July 1948
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Edgar Degas, Miss Lala at the Cirque Fernando, 1879Tate Samuel Courtauld Memorial Exhibition
13 May – 13 September 1948
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Paul Nash Memorial Exhibition, installation view, Tate Britain, 1948© Tate Paul Nash, 1889-1946: Memorial Exhibition
17 March – 2 May 1948
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  Marc Chagall
4 February – 29 February 1948
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Vincent Van Gogh, The opening of the exhibition, Tate Britain, 1947© Tate Vincent Van Gogh: an Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings
10 December 1947 – 14 January 1948
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William Blake, Bathsheba at the Bath, ca 1799-1800Tate William Blake, 1757-1827
20 August – 30 September 1947
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Frank Holl, Hush!, 1877Tate Tate Gallery 1897-1947: the Tate Gallery Foundation Gift
4 July – 13 September 1947
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JMW Turner, Boccaccio Relating the Tale of the Bird-Cage, exhibited 1828Tate JMW Turner, 1775-1851
1 January 1947 – 31 December 1948
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Alexander Cozens, Colonnade and TreesTate Drawings and Paintings by Alexander Cozens
20 December 1946 – 28 February 1947
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Tristram Hillier, La Route des Alpes, 1937 © Tate A Selection of Acquisitions of The Contemporary Art Society
27 September – 31 October 1946
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John Singleton Copley, The Death of Major Peirson , 1783Tate American Painting
14 June – 5 August 1946
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  A Collection of Contemporary English Painting
11 April – 30 June 1946
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Paul Cézanne, Montagne Sainte Victoire , 1905–6Tate Paul Cézanne: an Exhibition of Watercolours
11 April – 12 May 1946
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Eric Ravilious, The Vale of the White Horse, ca 1939 © Tate Tate Gallery Continental Exhibition
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22 December 1945 – 17 February 1946
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Mark Fisher, Snow Scene, 1894Tate The Tate Gallery's Wartime Acquisitions: Second Exhibition
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John Constable, David Lucas  , Spring from Various Subjects of Landscape, Characteristic of English Scenery (`English Landscape'), published 1830Tate Centenary Exhibition of Works by John Constable
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Henry Tonks, Summer, 1908 © The estate of Henry Tonks . Tate Works by Professor Henry Tonks
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Charles Ginner, Porthleven, exhibited 1922 © Tate Silver Jubilee Exhibition
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William McTaggart, The Harvest Moon, ca 1899Tate Centenary Exhibition of Works by William McTaggart
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Sir Edward Burne-Jones, Clerk Saunders, 1861Tate Centenary Exhibition of Works by Sir Edward Burne-Jones
17 June – 31 August 1933
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JMW Turner, Fishermen at Sea, exhibited 1796Tate Turner's Early Oil Paintings, 1796-1815
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John Singer Sargent, Miss Priestley, ca 1889Tate Opening Exhibition of the Modern Foreign Gallery
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John Sell Cotman, Durham, ca 1805Tate Works by John Sell Cotman
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JMW Turner, Bridge and Cows, ca 1806-7Tate The Liber Studiorum by Turner
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