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Between Object and Architecture | Tate Modern, London

We are delighted to announce that Rasheed Araeen's work Lovers (1968) is now on view in the exhibition Between Object and Architecture (June 16-October 14, 2016) at the Tate Modern in London. The exhibition, curated by Mark Godfrey, Andrea Lissoni, and Catherine Wood with Valentina Ravaglia is on display in Switch House, Level 2, West, explores the ongoing dialog between Contemporary Art and Architecture, and between materials and space. Araeen's Lovers is joined in the West Room by work from artists such as Carl Andre, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Yayoi Kusama, and many others. Lovers was acquired by the Tate in 2011, joining the works 3Y + 3B (1969), Rang Baranga (1969), Bismullah (1988), and Zero to Infinity (1968 - 2007) in their permanent collection.

Loves, 1968, Painted wood, 35.98 x 35.98 x 35.98 in, 91.4 x 91.4 x 91.4 cm, Display dimensions variable