Win tickets to Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World at Tate Britain
Barbara Hepworth was a British sculptor, who was born in Wakefield, Yorkshire in 1903.
She was a leading figure in the international art scene throughout her career and is one of Britain’s favourite artists.
For the first time in almost 50 years, a major retrospective of her work is on display at Tate Britain until October 2015. In this extensive exhibition, uncover Hepworth’s rarely seen textiles, photographs, collages and films alongside selected works by her peers and predecessors from Jacob Epstein to Henry Moore. Make a day of your visit and wander through the Summer Garden, designed by Rosie Irving and Antonia Young and inspired by a Hepworth textile design, which can be found outside Tate Britain and overlooking the Thames. You can also enjoy a Tate picnic with strawberries and clotted cream on the lawn or a refreshing al fresco lunch on the terrace.
For more information visit www.tate.org.uk/hepworth
Sunday, 26 July 2015 - 11:59pm
To be in with a chance of winning 1 of 5 pairs of tickets to Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World at Tate Britain; just answer the following question:-
Rosie Dharamsi, Kathleen Bywaters, Sejal Trivedy, Alex Elwick and Nicola Waugh
Tickets for Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World are valid until 25 October 2015 and are subject to availability. This free prize draw is operated by The Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery (“Tate”). Prizes cannot be exchanged for their monetary value or for other Tate products or events. Winners will be selected at random from all entries received. The prize draw is not open to Tate employees. The winners will be contacted after the prize draw closes by Tate or by their appointed representatives. If the winning entrants cannot be contacted after reasonable attempts have been made, Tate reserves the right to stand that entrant down and select another winner.Tate’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.Tate reserves the right to alter and/or cancel the prize draw without any prior warning. All personal data submitted with consent will be kept by the Tate for the purpose of sending out the prize. The prize draw is open to UK entrants aged 16 and over. Travel, lunch and other expenses are not included as part of the prize. Barbara Hepworth photo-collage of 'Helicoids in Sphere' 1938, and the entrance hall of the Doldertal apartments in Zurich by Alfred and Emil Roth with Marcel Breuer Architectural Review © Bowness