Black presence in Tate Britain

Black presence in Tate Britain

/ Arts

En bref

Où ?

Meet point on request

London, SW1P
Quand ?

dimanche 23 juin de 11:00 à 13:00

Combien ?

£12

Description

Tate Britain contains the works of British artists or those artists practicing in Britain from the sixteenth century to the present day, from Elizabeth I to Elizabeth II. You'll be taken through the Gallery and introduced to the many different works of art revealing the Black presence : musicians, kings, slaves, servants, saints and artists, sometimes just as people.  From subjects of economic capital to creators of cultural capital. We'll be looking at the Black presence in the work some of Britain’s greatest artists including: William Dobson, William Hogarth, Sir Joshua Reynolds, The Pre-Raphaelite Brothers, George Frederic Watts, John Singleton Copley, Chris Ofili, Keith Piper and others. If you want to understand more about the Black presence in Tate Britain’s collection; what it meant ,when first produced and what it means today, then this tour is for you!

To prevent overcrowding meet point is emailed after booking. Walk last 2 hours .Private group bookings staff groups, birthdays possible. Email info@blackhistorywalks.co.uk

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