Immortality it’s possible. At least for the Turritopsis dohrnii, popularly known as the immortal jellyfish. Silently invading our waters, this creature will reproduce and then, faced with the normal career path of dying, it will opt instead to revert to a sexually immature stage. And not just once: it will do it over and over again, eternally flowing into the sea. With no organs or brain to focus on, the only way to research on this creature is by observing its movements that constantly repeat.
First ever solo exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s work at Tate Modern: The ‘EY Exhibition Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy’
A month-by-month journey through Picasso’s ‘year of wonders’. Until September the 9th.
First ever solo exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s work at Tate Modern, one of the most significant shows the gallery has ever staged. The ‘EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 : Love, Fame, Tragedy’ takes visitors on a month-by-month journey through 1932, a time so pivotal in Picasso’s life and work that it has been called his ‘year of wonders’. More than 100 outstanding paintings, sculptures and works on paper will demonstrate his prolific and restlessly inventive character. They strip away common myths to reveal the man and the artist in his full complexity and richness.
She speaks discomfort with real boldness and fluency. Her career-summarising exhibition at the Tate is the mouthpiece for this language, and it makes us listen.
Tate Modern: the best known contemporary art gallery in the United Kingdom, if not in Europe, and one of the most significant collections in the world. Since the year 2000, the Tate has played host to an immensely valuable collection of works by contemporary artists, as well as regular temporary exhibitions that combine high-calibre works with a sharp marketing approach.