Arts & Culture
Isaac Julien: What Freedom Is to Me
- 6:00 pm
20 August 2023
Tate Britain | £5 - £17
London SW1P 4RG
Celebrated for his compelling lyrical films and his video art installations, Isaac Julien is one of the leading artists working in film and video today.
This ambitious solo exhibition reveals the scope of Julien’s pioneering work in film and installation from the early 1980s through to the present day. The exhibition highlights Julien’s critical thinking and the way his work breaks down barriers between different artistic disciplines, drawing from film, dance, photography, music, theatre, painting and sculpture by utilising the themes of desire, history and culture.
The exhibition will present works from early films to large-scale, multi-screen installations which investigate the movement of peoples across different continents, times and spaces. Isaac Julien’s work across forty years will be presented for the first time in the UK.
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The exhibition and talks runs from Wednesday 26th April – Sunday 20th August 2023.
Header Image: Mazu, Silence (Ten Thousand Waves), 2010, Isaac Julien. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro