Unveiling Feminism at Tate Modern


Friday 12 May | 6.45pm - 8pm | Tate Modern


Tate Modern's new wing sees a considerable increase in the number of female artists represented and much of the work has made great waves in the feminist movement - Louise Bourgeois, Marina Abramovic, Linder and Cindy Sherman to name but a few.  These feminist artists sought to transform cultural stereotypes and make a dent in the traditional male-dominant art world. Their art is provocative, poignant, amusing and challenging. We'll decipher its meaning and use the works as a launch pad for discussions on the bigger issues that surround feminism. Whatever your views, this is a tour that will get you thinking. 

Meet at the River Entrance Cafe, Tate Modern, Bankside

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AL, London law firm (National Portrait Gallery tour)

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