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. All Tate galleries will be closed until further notice due to COVID-19.
To 5 Apr: 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.
To 11 May: Steve McQueen. Discover the short films of the Oscar-nominated, London-born director behind 12 Years a Slave.
To 6 Sep: Andy Warhol. A major retrospective showing the works of the famous pop artist.
From 29 Apr: Zanele Muholi. Photography exhibition challenging hetero-patriarchal ideologies.