TATE TO STREAM TOURS OF EXHIBITIONS FOR FREE
All Tate galleries are currently closed and will stay that way until at least 1st May, if not longer. That means you’re missing out on two blockbuster exhibitions – Andy Warhol at Tate Modern and Aubrey Beardsley at Tate Britain – in person but you can now see them online, as Tate is streaming live tours of them both, for free, on their website and YouTube channel.
The Andy Warhol tour, led by Director of Tate’s Collection of International Art, Gregor Muir, and Assistant Curator Fiontán Moran, launches first on 6th April. It’ll take you around the show, which features more than 100 of Warhol’s work, from his iconic pop art prints to immersive installations.
The tour of the Aubrey Beardsley exhibition, the largest display of the illustrator’s work for more than 50 years, led by Curator of British Art 1850-1915, Caroline Corbeau-Parsons and Assistant Curator of Historic British Art, goes live on 13th April.
And there are even more virtual tours of museums and galleries here.
Launches Mon 6th April 2020