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Tate Modern is bringing together the immersive video and film installations Steve McQueen has made since 2000

Photograph by Jerry Hardman-Jones reproduced with permission of the Henry Moore Foundation

Steve McQueen, Tate Modern, 13th February to 11th May

Steve McQueen is most famous for his powerful feature films, Hunger (2008), Shame (2011) and 12 Years a Slave (2013). Currently, his whole class photographs of London’s Year 3 schoolchildren are beguiling the capital at Tate Britain and on 600 billboards throughout the city. But McQueen first came to notice in the 1990s making challenging art films. Tate Modern is bringing together the immersive video and film installations…

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