Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life at Tate Britain: exclusive reader evening
200 tickets to be won
Friday 24 May 2013
This competition is now closed.
This summer, Tate Britain presents a major exhibition of landscapes by the much-loved British painter LS Lowry (1887-1976). This is the first show held by a public institution in London since the artist’s death. Bringing together around eighty works, the show aims to re-assess Lowry’s contribution as part of a wider art history and to argue for his achievement as Britain’s pre-eminent painter of the industrial city.
Our exclusive readers evening on Monday 15 July offers you a chance to see the exhibition away from the crowds, with drinks and nibbles, as well as art guides within the exhibition to answer any questions you may have. Taking place at Tate Britain (entering via the Manton entrance), the event begins at 19.00 and runs until 22.30.
To be in with a chance of winning one of 100 pairs of tickets to this exclusive event, enter your details below.
Terms and conditions
Promotion closes at 23.59 Sunday 23 June 2013. There are 100 prizes of a pair of tickets to the Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life exhibition Independent reader evening on Monday 15 July 2013 at Tate Britain. The winners will be the first 100 entries selected at random after the closing date and will be contacted by email by Friday 28 June 2013. The prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. When you respond, Independent Print Ltd may use your information to contact you with offers/services of interest by SMS or email. Only one online entry per person. Promoter: Tate Britain. Usual promotion rules apply. For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, Independent Print Ltd, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London, W8 5TT.
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