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‘It’s impossible’, was what Linsey Young, the curator of Tate Britain’s new exhibition, Women in Revolt! was told by artist Margaret Harrison, when asked if she wanted to be involved. ‘But that’s no reason not to try.’
In February 2024, Tate Britain will open a major exhibition dedicated to the great portrait painter John Singer Sargent (1856-1925). […]
Today, a public mural has been unveiled in the heart of Camden, which celebrates upcoming Tate Britain exhibition Women in Revolt!.
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