Tate announces 2022 exhibition highlights

Tate announces 2022 exhibition highlights

Tate today announced highlights of its 2022 exhibitions across the country. They include a ground-breaking survey of surrealism at Tate Modern, a new installation by Hew Locke at Tate Britain, a homecoming exhibition of Barbara Hepworth at Tate St Ives, and the return of the Turner Prize to Tate Liverpool. The programme will offer fresh perspectives on key figures, movements and subjects in art history, as well showcasing some of the world’s most innovative contemporary artists. In February 2022, Tate Modern will open Surrealism Beyond Borders. This landmark exhibition will expand the story of surrealism and reveal how artists around the world – from Tokyo to Mexico City, Cairo to Paris, and Martinique to Bucharest – were united by the movement’s subversive ideas and revolutionary spirit. Tate Modern will also launch new family activities in the spring and summer as part of UNIQLO Tate Play as well as
Tate today announced highlights of its 2022 exhibitions across the country. They include a ground-breaking survey of surrealism at Tate Modern, a new installation by Hew Locke at Tate Britain, a homecoming exhibition of Barbara Hepworth at Tate St Ives, and the return of the Turner Prize to Tate Liverpool. The programme will offer fresh perspectives on key figures, movements and subjects in art history, as well showcasing some of the world’s most innovative contemporary artists. In February 2022, Tate Modern will open Surrealism Beyond Borders. This landmark exhibition will expand the story of surrealism and reveal how artists around the world – from Tokyo to Mexico City, Cairo to Paris, and Martinique to Bucharest – were united by the movement’s subversive ideas and revolutionary spirit. Tate Modern will also launch new family activities in the spring and summer as part of UNIQLO Tate Play as well as