Tate Modern show dedicated to the black power movement

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Tate Modern show dedicated to the black power movement

The Tate galleries have announced record visitor numbers. More than 8.4 million people visited the four UK sites last year - most of them going to see the Tate Modern. It's latest major show will open tomorrow, dedicated to the black power movement. Soul of a Nation showcases more than 150 works by artists working during the American civil rights movement. 

Soul of a nation: Art in the age of black power opens on July 12th at the Tate Modern and runs until the 22nd of October.

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