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Art and the 60s: This Was Tomorrow

30 Jun 2004 - 3 Oct 2004

Tate Britain, London, UK

Exhibiting artists: David Annesley, Archigram, Archigram [Peter Cooke], Archigram [Ron Herron], Gillian Ayres, David Bailey, Clive Barker, Pip Benveniste, Peter Blake, Derek Boshier, Pauline Boty, Frank Bowling, Mark Boyle and Joan Hills, Neave Brown, Anthony Caro, Patrick Caulfield, CLASP, Bob Cobbing, Bernard Cohen, Harold Cohen, Michael Cooper, John Cowan, Ivor Davies, Robyn Denny, Anthony Donaldson, Barry Flanagan, Robert Freeman, Ernö Goldfinger, John D Green, William Green, Richard Hamilton, John Haworth, FHH Henrion, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, Patrick Hodgknson, John Hoyland, Gwyther Irwin, Allen Jones, Phillip King, RB Kitaj, Kurt Krens, Bruce Lacey, Gerald Laing, Denys Lasdun, Denys Lasdun and Partners Architects, Barry Lategan, John Latham, Liliane Lijn, Iain MacMillan, Gered Mankowitz, Roger Mayne, Gordon McCullen, Don McCullin, David Medalla, Gustav Metzger, Nicholas Monro, Lewis Morley, Terry O'Neill, Yoko Ono, Eduardo Paolozzi, Peter Phillips, Tom Picton, John Plumb, Cedric Price, Lord Snowdon and Frank Newby, Bridget Riley, Tim Scott, Peter Sedgley, Colin Self, Richard Seifert with George Marsh (partner), Richard Smith, Alison and Peter Smithson, Ian Stephenson, James Stirling and J Gowan Architects, Joe Tilson, Ronald Traeger, William Tucker, William Turnbull, David Wedgebury, Robert Whitaker, Stephen Willats and Colin St John Wilson

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