The Suzanne Lacy Exhibition at The Tate Modern takes place on 2nd February 2013 for one day only. See the latest work from the internationally acclaimed artist as she takes over the Turbine Hall this February.
As Lacy often focuses her work on social themes and issues, she is one of the more politically charged artists of this generation and her work has consisted of performance art, video, and installations shown all over the world.
Tackling themes of ageing, activism, social media, Grey Hair Action features a timeline of female activism throughout the last fifty years, in turn looking at personal experiences and intriguing stories.
The Suzanne Lacy exhibition at Tate Modern promises to be an enlightening look at female history by charting the barriers that had to be crossed during their achievements, making it both eye-opening and inspirational.
Considered one of the finest art galleries in the world, the Tate Modern exclusively houses contemporary art and often hosts some of the biggest exhibitions around. While this Grey Hair Action isn’t set to be groundbreaking in this respect, however it does tackle important issues which should not be ignored so definitely don’t miss out!!