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Thu 18 Jan 2018

Turner Contemporary is closed Monday-Friday this week for essential maintenance.

You can still explore Jyll Bradley's Dutch / Light (for Agneta Block) out on our terrace, and you can watch from the promenade as Antony Gormley's ANOTHER TIME emerges from the sea as the tide recedes.

On the front of Droit House, looking over Margate Sands, you can see Tracey Emin's neon I Never Stopped Loving You, particularly poignant as the sun begins to set.

Once you've discovered these outside sculptures, explore Margate's harbour arm and old town where you'll find independent art galleries and Margate Museum, as well as shops, cafes and restaurants.

If you'd like to find out everything Margate and Thanet have to offer drop into Droit House, the visitor information centre on the harbour arm.

Turner Contemporary is open as normal from Saturday 10th February.

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Jyll Bradley's Dutch / Light (for Agneta Block) on Turner Contemporary's terrace

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Antony Gormley's ANOTHER TIME on Fulsam Rock, beside Turner Contemporary

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Tracey Emin's I Never Stopped Loving You on Droit House, next door to Turner Contemporary