Exhibition exploring British art through migration theme at London’s Tate Britain

An exhibition, exploring British art through the theme of migration from 1500 to the present day, is on at London’s Tate Britain


Thrown open on 31 January, the exhibition will continue till 12 August 2012.yopu can see it all. From the sixteenth and seventeenth century Flemish and Dutch landscape and still-life painters who came to Britain in search of new patrons, through moments of political and religious unrest, to Britain’s current position within the global landscape.

The exhibition, in fact, reveal how British art has been fundamentally shaped by successive waves of migration.

`Cutting a swathe through 500 years of history, and tracing not only the movement of artists but also the circulation of visual languages and ideas, this exhibition will include works by artists from Lely, Kneller, Kauffman to Sargent, Epstein, Mondrian, Bomberg, Bowling and the Black Audio Film Collective as well as recent work by contemporary artists’, the organisers say.

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