One of the most influential British artists of the 20th century, Richard Hamilton (1922–2011) is widely regarded as a founding figure of pop art, who continued to experiment and innovate over a career of 60 years. Tate Modern presents the first retrospective to encompass the full scope of Hamilton’s work, from his early exhibition designs of the 1950s to his final paintings of 2011. This exhibition explores his relationship to design, painting, photography and television, as well as his engagement and collaborations with other artists.
Harry Callahan is considered to be one of the most influential figures in post-war photography, yet his work isn't well known in the UK.
This display represents his long career and features a wide range of his work.
(Image:Chicago 1961, printed 1990-9 © Estate of Harry Callahan; courtesy of Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York)
This exhibition showcases the work of Tina Gverović and Siniša Ilić, curated in partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade. It is their first UK museum show.
Mira Schendel (1919–1988) was one of Latin America’s most important and prolific post-war artists. With her contemporaries Lygia Clark and Hélio Oiticica, Schendel reinvented the language of European Modernism in Brazil. Tate Modern is staging the first ever international full-scale survey of her work. The exhibition reveals aspects of Schendel’s dialogues with a diverse range of philosophers and thinkers, as well as her engagement with universal ideas of faith, self-understanding and existence.