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The first UK retrospective of Hungarian artist Dóra Maurer's five-decade career, featuring work from her first colourful graphic works to more recent geometric paintings.

Tate Modern presents the work of pioneer artist Dóra Maurer revealing the diversity and experimental nature of her art, which includes graphic works, photographs, films and paintings.

Maurer was trained as a graphic artist in the 1950s and quickly began pushing the medium to its limits, creating conceptual art based on mathematical process. The exhibition follows her career from her highly experimental work in the 60s, created outside of the ‘official’ art system, to her latest large-scale paintings in which brightly coloured shapes create a sense of movement through space.

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Bankside, London, Greater London, SE1 9TG

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