|Sarah Lucas, Eating a Banana, from Self-Portraits 1990-98. (Tate Collection)|
Nothing in the World but Youth is the new exhibition at Turner Contemporary in Margate, 17 September 2011 - 8 January 2012. The gallery states that the exhibition "will explore how youth experience has been reflected in art, culture and the media since the late nineteenth century, when adolescence emerged in cultural consciousness as a distinct phase of life, between childhood and adulthood".The exhibition will feature no less than 94 artists, including: Diane Arbus / Peter Blake / David Bowie / Glenn Brown / Henri Cartier-Bresson / Michael Craig-Martin / Bruce Davidson / Corinne Day / Rineke Dijkstra / Richard Hamilton / Lewis Hine / David Hockney / Chris Killip / Sarah Lucas / Roger Mayne / Don McCullin / Jacob Riis / George Shaw / Chris Steele-Perkins / Mitra Tabrizian / Juergen Teller / JMW Turner / Jeff Wall / Andy Warhol / Francesca Woodman. See here for the full list.
|David Hockney, We Two Boys Together Clinging, 1961 (Arts Council Collection)|
|Peter Blake, Self-Portrait with Badges, 1961 (Tate Collection)|