Energetic artist invigorates Tate Britain's halls

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Energetic artist invigorates Tate Britain's halls

Best known for her Big Bum sculpture that led to a Turner Prize nomination, the London born sculptor Anthea Hamilton is back with a new collection of work set to transform the heart of Tate Britain.

She has become the first black female artist to win an annual commission to exhibit in the gallery's grand hall.

You can see the work at Tate Britain from 22 March until 7 October 2018.

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