Oscar award winning filmmaker, artist and screen writer Steve McQueen one of the most influential cultural icons of today, will launch the first major exhibition of his artwork at the Tate Modern in February – May 2020.
Steve has been instrumental in developing the way artist work with film in the last 25 years as well as moving images designed for gallery based presentation. He also has four cinematic releases to date which includes Hunger (2008), Shame (2010), 12 Year A Slave (2013) and Widows (2018).
McQueens’ work can be a provocative and somber portraits of time and place which only his eyes captures.
This exhibition will bring together video and films he has made since 2000. It will include Caribs’ Leap & Western Deep (2002) & recent film Ashes 2002 in the format of large screen installation.
Steve McQueen already has an exhibit at Tate Britain which will run concurrently with his 2020 exhibition at Tate Modern. This projects is billboards with 76,000 different classes of Year 3 children across London one included himself.
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