Tate Modern: 150 years of women in prison

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Tate Modern: 150 years of women in prison

The showcase called Lock Her Up, uses three installations, to chart 150 years of women in prison, and ties in with the suffragette centenary.

The Tate Exchange has been working in collaboration with Fuel and the University of Warick to create this immersive experience. 

It's on until the 17th June. 

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