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Ian Davenport

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Ian Davenport’s 48 metre-long painting, Poured Lines, transforms the tunnel beneath a railway bridge in Southwark, close to Tate Modern.

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Richard Deacon

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Richard Deacon is widely regarded as one of the principal British sculptors, best known for his innovative use of open form and his interest in materials and their manipulation.

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Tracey Emin

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Although at times obscured by the artist’s celebrity, the art of Tracey Emin is serious and focussed, challenging and at times startlingly beautiful.

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Hamish Fulton

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Hamish Fulton describes himself as a “walking artist”. For more than thirty years he has undertaken demanding walks in many parts of the world, and drawn on his experiences to create distinctive artworks using text, graphics and photographs.

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Gilbert & George

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Gilbert Prousch met George Passmore at St Martin’s School of Art in 1967. Since then they have famously lived and worked together as Gilbert & George, creating an extraordinary body of provocative artworks.

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Dryden Goodwin

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At the heart of Dryden Goodwin’s art is a fascination with drawing. But the ways in which he explores this age-old practise are anything but traditional.

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Antony Gormley

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An internationally acclaimed artist, Antony Gormley is best known for his monumental sculpture Angel of the North.

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Tony Hill

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The work of Tony Hill includes sculpture, photography, film installations, performance, short films for cinema and television and commercial directing.

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Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes

Matthew Bourne brings his unique take on the legendary 1948 feature film.

Matthew Bourne’s Romeo + Juliet

Shakespeare’s classic love story is given a novel twist by being set in the dystopian “Verona Institution”.