Exhibits will range from covert images such as Simeon Solomon’s ‘Sappho and Erinna in the Garden at Mytilene’ (1864) to David Hockney’s ‘Going to be a Queen Tonight’ (1960).
One of the exhibition's many highlights will be a section focusing on the ‘Bloomsbury Set’ – an artistic group with bohemian attitudes relating to sexuality, founded at the start of the 20th century.
Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG
Adults: £15.00, Concessions: £13.10, Under 12's: Free
April 05 - October 01