Arts & Culture

Tate Britain’s new Heather Phillipson commission

Gloucester Road Tube Station, Trafalgar Square’s 4th plinth and now the Tate Britain.

Artist, Heather Phillipson, is now exhibiting her art in a more conventional setting after showcasing works across London.

Called ‘Rupture No. 1: blowtorching the bitten peach’ – it’s expansive works include video, sculpture and digital media.

Henry has been speaking to one of the curators.

You can see that exhibition at the Tate Britain until the new year.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 20th May 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationWestminster

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