What's in the advent calendar on the nineteenth day of Christmas?
Have a great day out over the Christmas holidays with 2-4-1 on Eadweard Muybridge photography exhibition tickets at the TATE Britain, London
2-for-1 Tickets (Save £10.00)
Muybridge at Tate Britain
Until 16 January 2011
Eadweard Muybridge was the man who famously proved a horse can fly. The experiment – using a sequence of cameras and trip wires – proved indisputably that a horse lifts all four hooves off the ground while running.
Muybridge pushed the limits of the camera?s possibilities, creating world-famous images of animals and humans in motion and anticipating film and moving image.
This exhibition brings together a full range of his work, which continues to resonate with artists today in many diverse fields, from Marcel Duchamp and Francis Bacon, to the blockbuster film The Matrix and a Philip Glass?s opera.
You can now purchase 2 tickets for the price of 1 with Amateur Photographer
To book call 020 7887 8998 and quote ?Amateur Photographer Offer?
Terms & Conditions
Offer: 2-for-1 Tickets (Save £10.00)
Children aged 12 – 18 the price is £8.50, Under 12s go FREE
Valid until: Until 16 January 2011
Redemption: To book, call 020 7887 8998 and quote ?Amateur Photographer Offer?
This offer is available on full price tickets only to Muybridge at Tate Britain until 16 January 2011. Includes entry to Rachel Whiteread. Drawings. This offer is available via phone only (£1.50 booking fee per transaction applies). Tickets usually £10.00. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other discounts or promotions. No cash alternatives. Subject to availability. The promoter reserves the right to cancel this offer at any time.
Christmas Openings are as follows:
Closed 24, 25, 26 December (open as normal from 27 December, open as normal on 1 January)
We have made arrangements with different third party retailers to provide these offers. If you are unhappy with any offer or free gift then please contact the supplier. In many cases numbers may be limited on a first come first serve basis, and when amounts run out no alternative will be offered.