'Sleepless in Seattle'-inspired exhibition opens at Tate Britain

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'Sleepless in Seattle'-inspired exhibition opens at Tate Britain

Partly inspired by the 1993 film Sleepless in Seattle, a new exhibition, exploring city life, has gone on show at Tate Britain - created by the Glasgow born artist France-Lise McGurn. Called 'Sleepless', the paintings conjure up images of dreams and partying. Sleepless is on at Tate Britain until September 8. 

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