Win a pair of tickets to 'Artist & Empire' at Tate Britain
Artist and Empire brings together extraordinary and unexpected works to explore how artists from Britain and around the world have responded to the dramas, tragedies and experiences of the Empire.
Featuring a vast array of objects from collections across Britain, including maps, flags, paintings, photographs, sculptures and artefacts, the exhibition examines how the histories of the British Empire have shaped art past and present. Contemporary works within the exhibition suggest that the ramifications of the Empire are far from over.
The show raises questions about ownership, authorship and how the value and meanings of these diverse objects have changed through history, it also asks what they still mean to us today. Through this variety of artworks from a complex mix of traditions, locations and cultures the fragmented history of the Empire can be told.
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Artist & Empire
Facing Britain’s Imperial Past
Until 10 April 2016
Image: Elizabeth Butler The Remnants of an Army 1879 Tate