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Project Space: Ruins in Reverse – Tate Modern

1 March – 24 June 2013
Tate Modern, London

This group exhibition considers the relationship between historical monuments and discarded urban ruins. Presented in Tate Modern’s Project Space, it brings together six emerging and recently established international artists whose work explores archaeology, fiction and reality. Ruins in Reverse is the result of a curatorial collaboration between Tate Modern in London and the Museo de Arte de Lima in Peru, a partnership which will be celebrated by a new commission from José Carlos Martinat.

Tate Modern and Museo de Arte de Lima-MALI, one of Peru’s most important museums, have come together to curate a new exhibition as part of Project Space, Tate’s dedicated space for presenting emerging and recently established international artists. Re-thinking the traditional divide between historical monuments and discarded urban ruins, artists Rä di Martino, Pablo Hare, José Carlos Martinat, Haroon Mirza, Eliana Otta and Amalia Pica are brought together to explore contemporary ideas of archaeology, fiction and reality.

Practical informations
Tate Modern, Level 1
London SE1 9TG
United Kingdom

Admission free
Open daily from 10.00–18.00 and late until 22.00 on Friday and Saturday

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