Yesterday, Tate announced the highlights of its 2015 exhibition program, which included works of Alexander Calder, Barbara Hepworth, and Jackson Pollock. Among these artists are other special works from painters Frank Auerbach and Marlene Dumas.
Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture will be at Tate Modern in the fall. This is the artist’s first major retrospective in the UK. Even after his death in 1976, he is still widely known for his invention of the mobile. He also played an essential role in reshaping the history of modernism as a pioneer of kinetic sculpture.
Photography will also play a major role at Tate Britain in the spring of 2015. The Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860 is solely devoted to original salted prints, which is one of the earliest forms of photography.