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  • Patrick Heron, Cadmium with Violet, Scarlet, Emerald, Lemon and Venetian: 1969,1969 © Tate, London 2018
  • Akram Zaatari, The Script (2018) © the artist

Preview evening

Thu 18 Oct 2018

Book your ticket today to secure your place here.

Join us for the preview of Patrick Heron and Akram Zaatari, and be among the first to see these two major exhibitions. The exhibitions will be opened by Maria Balshaw CBE, Director of Tate.

Standard ticket, suggested donation: £5 

Doors open at 5.30pm

Speeches start at 6.30pm

Finishes at 7.30

Patrick Heron is a retrospective exhibition that celebrates one of the most significant and innovative figures in 20th century British art. Patrick Heron played a vital role in the development of post-war abstract painting and this is the first major show of his work for twenty years.

Akram Zaatari is a touring exhibition of work by the internationally renowned Lebanese artist whose work is based on researching and studying the photographic record in the context of modern Arab societies. Through his practice Zaatari seeks to explore people’s attitudes while filming or photographing themselves.

Book your ticket today to secure your place here.

If you have any questions regarding the preview evening, or have any access needs, please get in touch by emailing khogben@turnercontemporary.org or call 01843 233 020.

Turner Contemporary is a charity. All donations from ticket sales help us to continue our internationally renowned work, bringing world-class art to Margate and inspiring thousands of children every year through our learning programme.

With thanks to the Patrick Heron Exhibition Supporters Group: Waddington Custot alongside Austin Desmond Fine Art, Sotheby’s and The George Dannatt Trust. Patrick Heron is organised by Turner Contemporary in association with Tate St Ives.

Akram Zaatari's The Script is a touring exhibition by New Art Exchange, Nottingham, in partnership with Turner Contemporary and Modern Art Oxford. Supported by Thomas Dane Gallery, and Arts Council England.