Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern

Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern© Mona Hatoum. Courtesy White Cube​

Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern

Mona Hatoum creates a challenging vision of our world, exposing its contradictions and complexities. Hot Spot is a steel cage-like neon globe which buzzes with an intense, mesmerising yet seemingly dangerous energy. Elsewhere electricity crackles through household objects, making the familiar uncanny.

 

Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern© Mona Hatoum, Photo: Agostino Osio, Courtesy Fondazione Querini Onlus, Venice

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This is the first major survey of Hatoum’s work in the UK, covering 35 years from her early radical performances and video pieces, to sculptures and large-scale installations. Born in Beirut to a Palestinian family, she settled in England in 1975.

 

Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern© Mona Hatoum

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Through the juxtaposition of opposites such as beauty and horror, Hatoum engages us in conflicting emotions of desire and revulsion, fear and fascination.
Immerse yourself in the work of one of the most important artists working today.

 

Tate Modern, London
4 May – 21 August 2016

 

more. tate.org.uk

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