Tuesday 2 September 2014

BP Spotlights

Tate has released details of its BP Spotlights autumn/winter displays at Tate Britain, celebrating 25 Years of the BP and Tate partnership. For me, the two most interesting of these free displays are firstly "Poor man’s picture gallery": Victorian Art and Stereoscopic Photography, whick shows Dr Brian May's collection of 19th century 3D photos together with some of Tate's famous Victorian and Pre-Raphaelite paintings they depict, such as Henry Wallis's Chatterton (1856). The second display is William Hogarth, which marks the 250th anniversary of his death with a collection of his paintings, chalk drawings and prints. Most of these new displays open in October and run until next spring. CLICK to read the full list of new BP Spotlights displays.


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