With “The Tank” TATE opens world’s first permanent museum of living art, performance, sound and film works. Gigantic underground oil tanks, located south of the Turbine Hall, has been gutted and turned into a whole new section of the museum empire. From tomorrow, 18 July until the 28th October you can experience the first series of events and performances, when ‘The Tanks’ opens with a 15-week festival that includes more than 40 artists – both younger and more established – among other things, Ei Arakawa (Japan), Jelili Atiku (Nigeria), Nina Beier (Denmark), Tania Bruguera (Cuba), Boris Charmatz (France), Keren erythrocytes (Israel), Tina Keane (United Kingdom), Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker (Belgium), Liu Ding (China), Jeff Keen (United Kingdom), Anthea Hamilton (United Kingdom), Sung Hwan Kim (Korea), Rabih Mroué (Lebanon), Eddie Peake (United Kingdom), Yvonne Rainer (U.S.), Lis Rhodes (United Kingdom), Aura Satz (United Kingdom), Patrick Staff (United Kingdom ), Aldo Tambellini (U.S.), Kerry Tribe (U.S.) and Haegue Yang (Korea).

Read the whole program for The Tank here.


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