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Tate Britain presents queer british art

1861-1967
IMAGE ALEX WOJCIK, TATE PHOTOGRAPHY

Queer British Art, 1861-1967 tells the story of an extraordinary range of different sexualities and gender identities through diverse objects. There’s stunning paintings and sculpture, surprising historical objects, including the door of Oscar Wilde’s prison cell, and some amazing private material – such as photograph albums, magazines and letters.

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