Gauguin exhibition at the Tate Modern museum in London, until January 16, 2011
Now you have a good excuse for travel to London on the occasion of the exhibition of the work of the painter Paul Gauguin that takes place in the Tate Modern modern art museum, until January 16 of next year 2011.
The prestigious post-impressionist french painter He developed his pictorial work in the late nineteenth century, much of it during his stay in different islands of Polynesia.
In this special exhibition of Tate Modern London you have the opportunity to contemplate much of the work of Gauguin, including paintings made during his last years of life in Martinique and Tahiti.
The Visiting hours for the Gauguin exhibition at the Tate Modern they are from Sunday to Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (last entry at 5:15 p.m.), and on Saturdays and Sundays, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. (last entry at 9:15 p.m.)
While the entrance to visit the permanent collection of the Tate Modern museum It is free, not the case for special exhibitions. He Ticket price for the Gauguin exhibition at the Tate Modern in London it is 13.5 pounds, with a reduced price of 10 pounds for children from 10 to 18 years and seniors from 60.
Given the expected large influx of visitors to this Gauguin exhibition, the Tate Modern offers the possibility of making the advance online purchase of tickets through its website.
To make the purchase process, you must select a half-hour time period during which you can enter the exhibition on the day you make the reservation. Once inside the museum, you have no time limit to make your visit of the exhibition of Gauguin and from the permanent collection.
Likewise, you also have the possibility to sign up for a guided tour of the Gauguin exhibition, which lasts 60 minutes, with a limit of 15 people per group. The guided tour has a surcharge of £ 5 when adding to the price of admission.
You must pre-book the guided tours through the museum's website, which take place on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 12.15 pm.