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List of photos and videos recently pinned on Instagram with location: Tate Britain

🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 'How lovely yellow is! It stands for the sun.' - Vincent van Gogh Sunflowers was painted during a rare period of optimism for Van Gogh. To him, they symbolised happiness. Find the artist's Sunflowers 1888 (National Gallery, London, UK) in The EY Exhibition: and Britain until 11 August 2019.

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TamaraMacArthur (@tamaramacarthur) Instagram Profile Photo
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TamaraMacArthur

My performance for Late at Tate last Friday ✨Cry Me A River 💦💦💦🌊🌊🌊🌊thank you Sooooo much to @tatecollective for having me back and everyone who came and everyone who helped me set up!!! So much love 💘felt amazing ✨✨✨✨✨ 📸 by @danweillphotography

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Swipe right for Van Gogh and Van Goghs!!!!!

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Helen Kingston

Spent this afternoon with my mum at the Tate Britain, and god my heart burst seeing Van Gogh’s Starry Night and Sunflowers up close for the first time 🌻 And these boots made me think of Haile’s boots in @thefloodmovie and my heart burst all over again. The thing I love about Van Gogh is the reason he painted. You know he didn’t make any money, but he kept painting all the same. he painted things because he wanted other people to see the things he saw, so he would sketch the lamppost outside his window at the side of a letter he wrote to his brother, and he’d sketch the dustmen as they worked on his way home from painting in the fields. We are so very lucky that we get to see the world through his eyes.

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Kiki Mazzucchelli (@kmazzucchelli) Instagram Profile Photo
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Kiki Mazzucchelli

Frank Bowling ✨

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Англия и королевские традиции

London stairs 🎡🇬🇧 Одна из самых красивых лестниц во всем Лондоне, несомненно, находится в музее , и если вы здесь ещё не были, срочно ступайте туда, заодно и сфотографируетесь!👌🏼 . Кстати, какое фото больше нравится — 1 или 2? . 📸 Photo: @liolaliola @josephowen 🖤 🇬🇧

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Galleria Globalé

The Lament for Icarus, by Herbert James Draper, 1898 (180 x 150 cm) The painting shows the dead Icarus, surrounded by lamenting nymphs.

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Little person, big art

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Julia Haghjoo

Loved the Van Gogh exhibition, which is currently presented at the Tate Britain museum in London! A must-see for every art lover! This major exhibition brings together over 50 works by Vincent van Gogh to reveal how he was inspired by Britain and how he inspired British artists 🙈🙏🏻🙆🏼‍♀️❤️ |

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Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston is on view at Tate Britain from today until 17 November 2019, a film that breaks down traditional divisions between different art forms, and explores Black, queer desire in a setting which has no clear time or place. Bringing together poetry and image to look at the private world of the Black artists and writers who were part of the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920s, the film begins with a recording of a radio broadcast made in tribute to US poet and social activist Langston Hughes after his death in 1967. The film continues to shift, from imagined scenes and dream sequences to archive footage, tracing the relationship between a younger Hughes and Beauty, the object of his desire. Curated by Aicha Mehrez. ⠀ - Image: Isaac Julien, The Last Angel of History (Looking for Langston Vintage Series), 1989/2016. Ilford classic silver gelatin fine art paper, mounted on aluminum and framed. 58.1 x 74.5 cm, 22 7/8 x 29 3/8 in © Isaac Julien. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro, London/Venice⠀ @isaacjulien @tate

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Lisa Greg

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unable to stand still next to one of my fave artworks💐 yes, i purposely matched the outfit to the painting x

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Ashley Hicks (@ashleyhicks1970) Instagram Profile Photo
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Ashley Hicks

William Blake’s ‘The Spiritual Form of Nelson guiding Leviathan, in whose wreathings are infolded the Nations of the Earth’, a study in tempera for what he hoped to be commissioned to execute as a giant fresco on some public building, hopes dashed after his 1809 exhibition in the room above his brother’s hosiery shop in Broadwick St, Soho, attracted few visitors and led to nothing very much. Now lurking in Tate Britain’s murky but lovely Blake Room, the canvas darkened by ‘restorers’ adding varnish to the front and glue behind after the poor man died in his bed off the Strand, 1827.

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Ines Penaud 🦋 (@inespenaud) Instagram Profile Photo
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Ines Penaud 🦋

Look up

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taylermarie

been feeling rly small lately!

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Frieze Art Fair

‘Ziff’ by Frank Bowling. His @tate Britain show runs until 26 August in London

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Nos hemos terminado Riverdale, Game of Thrones, Sex Education, Vikings, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The Man in the High Castle... y ya no nos queda nada por ver hasta que salga la T2 de Big Little Lies o un nuevo episodio de Jane the Virgin. Recomendadme series nuevas please! 🙏 . 📸 @tpfisher (Encuentra todas mis recomendaciones de Londres con el hashtag !)

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Alondra segovia ✨

I can’t believe I got to see VAN GOGH paintings in the flesh 🌻🌙

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