Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Fwd: Nothing in the World But Youth opens this Saturday - correction to exhibition tour times

Image Peter Blake Self-Portrait with Badges,1961, Tate, London 2011   

New exhibition opens 17 Sept
Nothing in the World But Youth
17 Sept 2011 - 8 Jan 2012
Our second exhibition opens at 10am this Saturday.Inspired by Margate, a seaside town associated throughout history with youth experience, the exhibition encompasses the excitement, energy and pulsating creativity of the young, bringing together over 200 artworks.
Artists include Henry Moore, Peter Blake, Sarah Lucas, Andy Warhol, Mark Leckey, Jim Lambie and David Hockney, as well as early works by JMW Turner. 

Opening times: Tues to Sun and bank holidays 10am-6pm. Open until 10pm once a month for Late Night Live

Image The Big Sing, Dan Bass
Exhibition opening weekend
Join us for the opening weekend of Nothing in the
World But Youth.

Sat 17 Sept
11-11.30am Exhibition tour 
1-4pm Saturday Studio: Print  workshop 
4pm & 5pm The Big Sing choir performs
Sun 18 Sept
11-11.30am Exhibition tour 
1-4pm  Easy Sundays : Dress Up
Image Psychologist, Harley Weir
Psychologist plays during our Moshi Moshi presents... live music weekend 1 / 2 Oct
What's on at Turner Contemporary
This autumn, let Turner Contemporary take you back to your youth and introduce you to today's young talent, with our exciting programme of events.
From Easy Sundays family workshops,weekly 
Saturday Studio, Screen Sundays and Saturday 
to our monthly Late NighLive art after
hours evening events and fashion-focussed
workshops for young peoplethere's something
for everyone to take part in and enjoy.
Art Theft and the Case of the Stolen Turners
23 Sept 7pm £5 / £4 concessions
Art Theft and the Case of the
Stolen Turners 

23 Sept, 7pm £5 / £4 concessions 
National Portrait Gallery Director Sandy Nairne
shares his compelling story of the theft of two Turner paintings in 1994, then valued at £24 million. Sandy (then Director of Programmes at the Tate) became centrally involved in the pursuit of the pictures, and the negotiation for their return. In Art Theft he relates for the first time this complex, cloak-and-dagger story, which finally concluded with the Turners finally going back on public display in 2003.

Image Auguste Rodin, The Kiss, 1901-04 Tate, London 2011
Auguste Rodin's The Kiss
4 Oct 2011 - 2 Sept 2012
Rodin's iconic life-size sculpture of sexual love
comes to Margate. 
From 4 Oct, be enraptured by this incredible artwork, on loan from the Tate Collection and voted the nation's favourite work of art in a 2003 poll, in our beautiful Sunley Gallery.

Daniel Buren's Borrowing and Multiplying the Landscape remains in our Sunley Gallery until early 2012.
Image Turner Contemporary Café, Ming Tang-Evans
Image Sunley Gallery, Benedict Johnson

More at Turner Contemporary...

Open Tues to Sun 10am-6pm
Delicious modern seasonal cuisine, using locally sourced food and drink where possible. Dinner service Friday and Saturday evenings 6-10pm.
Wide range of gifts, contemporary design products, jewellery and books. Exhibition catalogue also available.

With stunning views and exceptional architecture, Turner Contemporary makes the perfect venue for weddings, parties, private and corporate hire. Book now for Christmas at turnercontemporary.org/hire
Your turn 
Be a part of our online community and share your experience of Nothing in the World But Youth.

Tweet us @TCMargate #NITWBY
Follow our Curator's blog at turnercontemporary.org/blog
Add photos from your youth to our dedicated photo pool at flickr.com/groups/nitwby
Turner Contemporary
Kent CT9 1HG

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