An unsung hero of a painter: Frank Bowling at the Tate

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An unsung hero of a painter: Frank Bowling at the Tate

The South London based abstract artist Frank Bowling is being celebrated at Tate Britain this summer - with the first ever exhibition to explore his six-decade career.

Overlooked compared to his contemporaries, like David Hockney - his works take us from the capital, to New York, via his home country of Guyana.

Now in his 80s, the showcase aims to shine a light on an artist whose work is said to push the possibilities of paint.

The exhibition runs until the 26 August 2019 at the Tate Britain.

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