Posted on: 28 June 2024

In June, CNWL Arts in Health visited Tate Modern to see the paid exhibition Expressionists. The Expressionists focused on the ground-breaking work of a circle of friends and close collaborators known as The Blue Rider. In the early twentieth century, they came together to form, in their own words, "a union of various countries to serve one purpose"—to transform modern art.

The exhibition explored North African inspiration, feminist identities, and experimentation with colour, sound, and light, creating bold and vibrant art. It was a landmark exhibition to see 130 pieces brought together by artists like Kadinsky, Munter, and Werefkin. The collection was a chance for our participants to reflect on art as a medium for change and connection.

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