1 March-14 May 2006. Now in its third edition, the Tate Britains three-yearly exhibition showcases the latest developments in contemporary British art. Thirty-six artists working in video, film, painting, photography, sculpture, installation and live art explore the reuse and regeneration of cultural material. Different visual codes and images are combined to create new artistic language forms. Taking place in a specially created performance space that doubles as a communal plaza, the live events are central to the exhibition. These include The Fall of Man, A Puppet Extravaganza by Lali Chetwynd, Liam Gillicks Construccin de Uno (Prequel) and The Working Class Goes to Paradise by Linder. Admission free. See website for performance times and dates. Advance booking is recommended. Mon-Sun 10.00-17.40. Photo She She (1981) Linder

Courtesy The artist and Tate Britain.

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Address Tate Britain is located on the north bank of the River Thames at Millbank. By Underground to Pimlico station (approx. 10-minute walk). By bus: 2, 3, C10, 36, 77A, 88, 159, 185 and 507 or by Tate Boat to Millbank Pier. Tel. +44 2078878000.

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Tate Triennial 2006 New British Art.

Tate Britain is located on the north bank of the River Thames at Millbank. By Underground to Pimlico station (approx. 10-minute walk). By bus: 2, 3, C10, 36, 77A, 88, 159, 185 and 507 or by Tate Boat to Millbank Pier. Tel. +44 2078878000.