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was born in 1928. 🎈 Here's the artist with his iconic 'Silver Clouds' installation in 1966. ☁️ See the clouds floating in Warhol's major retrospective at Tate Modern. ☁️ Exhibition in partnership with .
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Tate 1h
Replying to @JessScantlebury
Not currently, but please keep up to date with our social media for any changes to this. :)
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Tate 20h
Replying to @AlanJSlater
Hello. Thank you for your enquiry. This information doesn't appear to be on our website. Please can you send an email to information@tate.org.uk with your question. The Information Team will be better able to look into this for you, as it requires a bit more research.
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Tate Aug 5
Replying to @mmachray @Verity17
Hello. This is so lovely to read. We'll forward your comments to the Visitor Experience managers. They'll be pleased to know you and your granddaughter had such a nice welcome, and they'll be able to thank the guide on your behalf. Thank you for your kind feedback.
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Tate Aug 5
Replying to @hayley1400
Hello! Please contact our Ticketing team by calling 020 7887 8888 (option 1) or emailing hello@tate.org.uk, and they will be happy to help.
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Tate Aug 4
Replying to @garyoliver64
Hi Gary, The Merry-Go-Round usually hangs in the part of the building which is currently being refurbished. It is scheduled to be back on display early next year. Keep an eye on its page: we can't wait to share it again with everyone.
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Tate Aug 4
Replying to @fernandofeinsil
Hi Fernando, please contact the colleagues in press to arrange by emailing: press.office@tate.org.uk a prebooked ticket is required to visit the gallery currently.
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Tate Aug 3
'Happy Birthday, Marsha!' is a film about iconic transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson, telling the story of Marsha's life in the hours before the 1969 Stonewall uprising in NYC. The film will stream as part of Thursday's Uniqlo ✨ Watch here:
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Tate Aug 3
📢 We're pleased to announce that Tate Modern's will reopen on Friday 7 Aug, and has been extended until 6 Sep 2020. First launched in Feb, the show spans 20 years of McQueen’s powerful & uncompromising vision. Book tickets today:
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Tate Aug 3
Replying to @ryledale
Hello. Please can you send an email with the details of your booking to hello@tate.org.uk. A member of the ticketing team will be able to help you resolve this. Best, Tate
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Tate Aug 3
Hi , masks are recommended currently inside the galleries and as of 8 August they will be made mandatory — in line with government guidance. Thank you for feeding back on this.
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Tate Aug 3
Replying to @ryledale
Hi Dale, the Kusama exhibition has sadly been postponed until Spring 2021. You should see a refund into the account that you bought the ticket, if you haven't already 😊
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Tate Aug 3
Replying to @sophiebiddulph
Hi Sophie, You can cancel or change your ticket with Ticketing if the time hasn't passed yet. Phone number is: 02078878888. Best, Tate
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Tate Aug 3
Hi, yes we do. But they will all be floating to the ceiling to avoid visitors touching them. Best Tate.
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Tate Aug 2
's major exhibition has been extended until 27 September 2020. Book your visit to discover the artist's visionary sculptures, paintings, drawings & designs—spanning over 30 years.
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Tate Aug 1
👂 Weekend listening... Slow down and take a breather in this podcast with psychologist Dr Rebecca Chamberlain on the art of slow-looking. Tune in here: Richard Dadd, The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke 1855–64, on free display at Tate Britain.
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Tate St Ives Jul 17
A FILM FOR THE WEEKEND... 🎬 inspired by the art & artists associated with St Ives… exploring how the Cornish landscapes have influenced Barbara Hepworth's work & the artist takes us through the planning stages in the creation of her sculptures. (1961)
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Tate Jul 31
Replying to @chredblooded
Hi Kristina, Please contact our Membership team by calling 020 7887 8888 (option 1) or emailing membership@tate.org.uk, and they will be happy to cancel or change your tickets. Looking forward to welcoming you to the galleries 😊
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Tate Jul 31
Wishing an to all who are celebrating around the world! A day to reflect on devotion, obedience, and submission in our own lives, and how we can offer help to others. Rasheed Araeen, Bismullah 1988.
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Tate Jul 30
's looking forward to a hot weekend. The best weather for cuddling a dog on a sun lounger—like artist Marie-Louise von Motesiczky in the 1960s.
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