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'