Kling & Bang in London-Tate Modern-Turbine Hall
Kling & Bang í London - Tate Modern - Túrbínusalnum
14. 05. 2010 - 16. 05. 2010
Encounter new and exciting arts projects at No Soul For Sale at Tate Modern, a free festival that celebrates the 10th birthday of the iconic contemporary arts centre.

The idea for the festival was developed to foster a spirit of independence and diversity by inviting artist collectives and underground enterprises from across the world to take part. Confirmed participants for the Tate Modern festival include among others ArtHub (Shanghai), Artists Space (New York), e-flux (Berlin), PiST (Istanbul), Latitudes (Barcelona), no.w.here (London), Loop (Seoul), The Royal Standard (Liverpool), Tranzit (Prague), VIAFARINI (Milan), White Columns (New York), Y3K (Melbourne) and Kling & Bang (Iceland).

10th birthday celebrations
The Tate Modern is 10 in May, and to celebrate the gallery is hosting a major free arts festival in the Turbine Hall. Showcasing the independent spirit and artistic diversity for which the venue has become renowned during its first decade, No Soul For Sale at Tate Modern is taking over the South Bank gallery for a weekend of arts events, music, live performances and films.

A festival of independents
Expect plenty of tongue in cheek wit and fresh and exciting art on show at No Soul For Sale at Tate Modern, which is the product of a collaboration between artist Maurizio Cattelan and curators Cecilia Alemani and Massimiliano Gioni. 50 independent art spaces and collectives have given work to the festival, with contributions from as far afield as Prague and Shanghai.

Free events
With cutting edge art installations, live music, film screenings and special performances, there's bound to be something to interest everyone during No Soul For Sale at Tate Modern. The gallery is staying open until midnight on the Friday and Saturday of the festival to cram in even more late night events and special guest appearances.

No Soul For Sale at Tate Modern takes place from Friday 14th May - Sunday 16th May 2010, as part of the Tate Modern's 10th birthday celebrations. Admission to the festival is free.
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