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Tate Modern is celebrating the opening of its inspiring new exhibition space with a fifteen-week festival of performance art and events.
Washing Brain and Corn, Sung Hwan Kim, 2010, video still
© Sung Hwan Kim
The interiors of these converted Bankside oil tanks form the backdrop to a sensational series of events and performance art. Art in Action features works as diverse as Suzanne Lacy’s Crystal Quilt – a multimedia exploration of the role of older women in society – and Fase, a contemporary dance piece by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker set to the music of Steve Reich.
Many events are free but some performances are ticketed. See the Tate website for more information.
Sun – Thu, 10am – 6pm
Fri – Sat, 10am –10pm
Closed 24 – 26 Dec, and from 6pm on 31 Dec
To book tickets visit the Tate website.
What the critics say
There is something otherworldly about the Tanks
The Tanks are, in their best moments, a step towards such active forms of thinking.
Tate Modern's gift for having it all looks as healthy as ever.