Tate Modern Part 1: Highlights from the collection

Event Details


When: 2 Apr -
Friday 10:30 am
Price: £20 per person (£30 for two people)

Tate Modern Part 1 is a virtual tour with artist and tutor, Nick Pearson of his personal highlights from Tate Modern permanent collection.

Friday 2 April


£20 pp (£30 for two on one email account)

This is the first visit of what will undoubtedly become a regular highlight in Nick’s tour calendar to Tate Modern permanent collection. The vast and important collection features a range of art from early modern masters such as Matisse, Picasso and Dalí, through Mark Rothko, Eva Hesse and Bridget Riley to work by more contemporary artists like Antony Gormley. Join Nick as he takes shows you just a few of the gems found at Tate Modern.

Join this tour of Tate Modern Part 1 via Zoom. If you have not used Zoom before, Nick can show you how to download and use the program.

Nick runs the tour from his studio and uses the wall as his projector screen. You’ll be able to see the images but if you want to see them clearly, please use the handout with high resolution images. Nick sends you the handout when you have booked your place. After the tour Nick sends you his lecture notes.

The price for the two-hour virtual tour and notes is £20 per person. If two of you join the tour and share a computer screen, the price is £30 for you both. You can pay Nick via bank transfer or cheque. He will send you the details.

Email Nick directly to book your place on this virtual tour – connie.spark@btopenworld.com

About the Tutor

Nick is an internationally exhibited artist and an enthusiastic lecturer. He has a passion for art of all period and teaches at various levels in schools, colleges, universities and adult learning centres; including

  • London College of Contemporary Art
  • Richmond Art School
  • OPEN Ealing
  • University of Oxford
  • Northampton University
  • Bradford College of Art

His artistic practice encompasses sculpture, drawing and photographic work. His simple interventions and appropriations of the familiar things that surround us are made uncanny by way of his approach and working practices. They deal with the language, the possible associations and the status of ‘ordinary’ objects. For more information on his work and exhibitions visit his website: https://www.nickpearsonartist.com/

To book special, private tours (for birthdays, corporate events, etc) please email him: connie.spark@btopenworld.com