This summer, Tate Britain presents an exhibition of established British artist Gary Hume, including new work as well as international loans not seen in the UK before.
Hume is a leading figure among the young artists who studied at London’s Goldsmiths College in the late 1980s; the exhibition highlights his innovative use of colour, line and surface over the last 20 years, featuring both iconic and less familiar paintings and sculptures.
The exhibition brings together 25 striking works, with highlights including early works such as Blackbird as well as major recent paintings such as Red Barn Door and new work made especially for the exhibition.
The show runs in parallel with an exhibition on celebrated artist Patrick Caulfield, offering visitors the chance to see work by two complementary British painters from different generations.
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