Tate Modern is housed in a former power station on the Thames (image © iStock)
World-class, international modern art in the transformed Bankside Power Station. Sun-Thur 10am-6pm; Fri-Sat 10am-10pm. Admission free; charges for special exhibitions.
To 5 Jan 2020: Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life. A series of installations that conjure rainbows, play with shadows and discuss architecture, climate change, energy and migration.
To 9 Feb 2020: Nam June Paik. Promising to be 'a mesmerising riot of sights and sounds', this visionary has been obsessed with technology-influenced art for decades.
To 15 Mar 2020: Dora Maar. Discover the work of this esteemed photographer, who made her name with surrealist works, before moving on to painting later in life.
To 5 Apr 2020: Kara Walker. The latest artist to take over the gallery's huge Turbine Hall space is this Californian postcolonialist, who has created a 13m-high water fountain called Fons Americanus. Walker uses her distinctive sculptural stylings to highlight the atrocities of colonialism: the towering structure is inspired by the Victoria Memorial outside Buckingham Palace.