Tate announces its exhibition schedule for 2007

Next year's schedule is packed with big names


Tate has announced its exhibitions schedule for next year. Tate Britain starts with “Hogarth” (7 February-29 April). A week later Tate Modern opens “Gilbert & George” (15 February-7 May). Meanwhile, Tate Liverpool plays host to “Jake and Dinos Chapman” (15 December-4 March). “Dalí and Film” (1 June-9 September, Tate Modern) looks at the surrealist’s love for the cinematic. “Photographing Britain: 1840s to the present” (22 May-2 September, Tate Britain) will be a wide-ranging survey. “Peter Blake” is at Tate Liverpool (29 June-23 September), “Millais” at Tate Britain (26 September-13 January 2008) and “Louise Bourgeois” at Tate Modern (11 October-20 January 2008). The Turner Prize exhibition leaves London for Tate Liverpool (19 October-13 January 2008), on the eve of the city’s celebrations as the 2008 European capital of culture. At Millbank, there will be a retrospective of 23 years of the Turner Prize, with works by all the winners (2 October-6 January 2008).

Originally appeared in The Art Newspaper as 'Tate’s top shows in 2007'