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|UBS Openings: The Long Weekend 2008
Make a Salad >
Saturday 24 May, 13.00-17.00
Tate Modern, Turbine Hall
Alison Knowles will perform her iconic work on a grand scale, choreographed in response to the architecture of the Turbine Hall. This Fluxus event score simply instructs 'Make a Salad', and on this occasion a giant salad will be created from lettuce, tomato, carrot and cucumber, dressed with olive oil, herbs and balsamic vinegar, and served to an audience of 300 people.
Opening up art. Tate Modern Collection with UBS
Part of UBS Openings: The Long Weekend 2008 >
David Goldblatt in Conversation >
Thursday 29 May, 18.30-20.00
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium
£8 (£6 concessions)
South African photographer David Goldblatt discusses his work with curator and art historian Tamar Garb. One of the most important documentary photographers of the late twentieth century, Goldblatt has been documenting the changing political landscape of South Africa for over five decades.For tickets call 020 7887 8888 or book online
Stalled municipal housing scheme, Kwezinaledi, Lady Grey, Eastern Cape 5, August 2006
Courtesy Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg © The artist
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