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Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation Tate Britain, from 20th May
With the BBC planning to remake Civilisation, Tate Britain’s timing could not be better for this celebration of Kenneth Clark, the creator of that groundbreaking 1969 documentary series. Perhaps the single most influential figure in the visual arts in Britain in the middle of the 20th century, Clark, born in 1903, did everything possible to promote the art he admired. He was an eclectic, opportunistic but discerning…
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