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Tate Reveals 2019 Exhibitions

Sunday, July 1, 2018 - 13:15

Tate is delighted to announce our 2019 exhibition highlights across the gallery. Our wonderful 2019 programme kicks off straight away in January when Pierre Bonnard: The Colour of Memory opens at Tate Modern; this exhibition will showcase this much-loved French painter and display his beautifully coloured landscapes and intimate domestic designs. This will be followed by the irreverent and playful sculptures, collages and installations of Franz West in an exhibition specifically designed by his friend and fellow artist Sarah Lucas. As we move through 2019 Tate Modern will also welcome exhibitions from Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, who is renowned with Tate Modern for his captivating installation ‘The Weather Project’ in 2003, Russian avant-garde artist Natalia Gonchorova and many more.

While over at Tate Britain we will be hosting a landmark show The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh in Britain, which will see the largest collection of the Dutch master’s work in the UK for nearly a decade. This will be shown alongside a retrospective of acclaimed photographer Don McCullin, featuring his powerful images of conflict in Vietnam, Northern Ireland and Syria. Following this, Tate Britain will host a striking pairing of historic and contemporary art when we host the galleries first William Blake exhibition, which will coincide with a major show of Turner Prize winner Mark Leckey.

This is just a brief overview of our arts programme for 2019 and we would love to chat to you in more detail about what’s coming up, please do contact or call 020 7887 8689 to chat to one of our team.