Surreal politics at the Tate

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Surreal politics at the Tate

The relationship between Art and politics is being explored though a series of obscure and surreal events at Tate Modern.


Students from Central Saint Martin have designed the programme, which involves building sandcastles, a giant conga line and inflatable pandas.


The project is on all this week at the Tate Exchange - which is part of Tate Modern.


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