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Christian Marclay’s The Clock on show at Tate Modern next year

The 24-hour video installation will be screened at the London gallery from 12 September 2018 – 27 January 2019

Christian Marclay’s 24-hour video installation The Clock will go on show at Tate Modern for three months, starting in September 2018. Released in 2010, Marclay’s montage features of thousands of real-time film and television clips, acting as a fully functioning time piece. The exhibit will be free and can be accessed during Tate Modern opening hours and via monthly 24-hour screenings, exact dates to be confirmed soon.

“Marclay’s The Clock is one of the most exceptional and complex artworks of the twenty-first century and it is no surprise that, wherever it is shown, the audience is riveted”, says Frances Morris, Director of Tate Modern.

Marclay appeared on the cover of The Wire 332. Subscribers can read that article via Exact Editions.