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Matisse: The Cut Outs & British Folk Art

Matisse: The Cut Outs [rating=5] British Folk Art [rating=3]

Tate Modern / Tate Britain, London • Until September 7 / August 31, 2014

Tate Modern’s blockbuster exhibition of Matisse’s Cut-Outs, and Tate Britain’s British Folk Art, are fascinating insights into different types of outsider art.

“As a summer exhibition this is perfection and I left feeling rejuvenated – it’s like being bathed in sunshine, cleansed by the sea and stroked by a cool breeze all in one go.”

Polari Magazine’s Favourite Exhibitions of 2013


From Britain to Germany and Japan, then on to Tate Britain, this is a list of Polari Magazine’s Favourite Exhibitions of 2013.

Making Visible • Paul Klee


Tate Modern, Bankside, London – SE1 9TG • October 16 – March 9, 2014

The Tate Modern’s Paul Klee: Making Visible is a surprising and comprehensive exhibition.

“The exhibition’s title is taken from a statement Klee published in 1920, his ‘Creative Confession.’ In it, he says that “Art does not reproduce the visible; rather, it makes the visible.” In his work, Klee was a definite visionary.”

Damien Hirst • Tate Modern


Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE2 9TG • April 4 – September 9, 2012

This retrospective, argues Michael Langan, shows Hirst for what he is: a man with limited ideas whose best days are far behind him.

“The central problem is that much of Hirst’s work simply doesn’t bear repeated viewing. It’s based on impact as an artistic statement but this is no longer the shock of the new but the kind of impact that, once it’s worn off, leaves a vacuum.”

Clementine’s Glamour News Flash • Trashing Tate

Clementine talks Tate

Clementine’s Glamour News Flash on two films being shown as part of the series Trashing Tate, at the Tate Modern, London, October 30 2011. Featuring Drag Show Video Vérité and Re.Act Feminism, Works from the Archives.

Naughty glamour computer!!!