Family Matters: The Family in British Art at Tate Britain

  • Category: Art & Culture
  • Dates: Monday, 15 October 2012 to Sunday, 24 February 2013

Date: October 15th 2012 to February 24th 2013

The touring Family Matters: The Family in British Art exhibition will be arriving at Tate Britain in London on October 15th 2012, running until February 24th 2012.

Chronicling the changing nature of family dynamics, it features provocative artwork that shows all sides of this emotionally crucial element of British society, having been devised by curator Tabitha Barber as part of the Great British Art Debate.

Family Matters is making stops in Norwich, Sheffield and Newcastle before arriving in London, and is accompanied by a programme of events for families, schools and adults.

It is the fourth in the Great British Art Debate exhibition series, following Watercolour, Restless Times and John Martin, all of which aimed to explore questions about nationhood and identity.

Further cultural experiences can be had by guests at The Rubens at the Palace Hotel, which offers Queen's Gallery Packages that provide tickets to one of the museum's exhibitions.

The current promotion offers luxury London hotel guests two passes for Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomist, which showcases the great intellectual's sketches of the human body.