If you like this, here are some more art exhibitions at Tate Modern…
Henri Matisse — The Cut-Outs – 17th April to 7th September 2014
“Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs” is devoted to the artist’s famous paper cut-outs made between 1943 and 1954. It will bring together around 120 different works in a groundbreaking reassessment of the final chapter of his fifty-year career. The exhibition will re-examins the methods and materials that Matisse must have used, and highlight the tensions between fine art and decoration; contemplation and utility; and drawing and colour.
Kazimir Malevich exhibition — Tate Modern – 16th July to 26th October 2014
Kazimir Malevich was an influential figure in modern art, whose career encompassed some of the most turbulent moments in 20th-century history. The Tate’s groundbreaking exhibition is his first major retrospective for almost 25 years, and will offer an expansive view of his entire career.
100 Years Later: Conflict, Time, Photography – 27th November 2014 to 14th April 2015
The Tate Modern’s new exhibition will coincide with the centenary of the First World War, and explores the relationship between photography and sites of conflict over time. It will showcase the different perspectives which artists have brought to the sites over differing passages of time: from works made a few moments after an event, to those made one year, ten years or even 100 years later.