April 24, 2023
Revisit the soundtrack to Looking for Langston ahead of the exhibition.
Celebrated filmmaker and artist Isaac Julien will have his first major UK exhibition at the Tate Britain.
Running from April 26 until August 20, What Freedom Is To Me will showcase Julien’s work across forty years, for the first time in the UK. The exhibition presents Isaac’s output across film and installation from the 1980s to the present day.
The renowned artist initially gained a cult following with his 1989 film Looking For Langston, which examines Langston Hughes and the Harlem Renaissance. The Looking For Langston soundtrack had its first-ever vinyl pressing via The Vinyl Factory. Both standard and signed copies of the release are available from our store.
What Freedom Is To Me highlights Julien’s barrier-breaking work across disciplines, including music, film, dance, photography, theatre, painting and sculpture.
Tickets for What Freedom Is To Me are priced at £17. Tate Britain members can attend for free.