You can visit all or some of the galleries on this route, as long as you follow the one-way system designed to keep all visitors safe. There will also be access to toilets, a shop and an opportunity to buy food and drink.
What you can see
This route starts with surrealist works and the responses to the Second World War, including Francis Bacon’s Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion.
Rooms in this route
Reflect on the range of art produced in Britain from 1930–1940
See artworks from 1940–1950, which mainly respond to the Second World War
Discover the impact of the Cornish landscape on a generation of artists
Explore 1960–1970, a decade of radical change in society and art
Visit two rooms dedicated to the work of sculptor Henry Moore
'Printmaking has always been as important an activity for me as making sculpture'
– Kim Lim, 1995
Explore the sculptures of Shelagh Cluett, Richard Deacon, Anish Kapoor, Alison Wilding
At Tate Britain
Explore over 300 years of British art on this route through Tate Britain
The largest exhibition of his drawings for 50 years