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Art Uncovered at Tate Britain

Rules

  1. Keeping it simple, solve the 10 clues below worth 2 points each.
  2. There are bonus points on offer for each of the “Just for Fun” tasks completed. Each bonus task is worth 1 extra point.
  3. Some clues have room hints others don’t so they vary in difficulty. Although it’s tempting Do Not Google things. Use a process of deduction.

“Just for fun”

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Tweet A Photo Tweet a group photo to @thinkingbob

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camera Take a photo of your group spelling out TATE with your bodies.

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camera Take a photo of two people in your group re-enacting something in the Gallery
Answer the 10 Clues and the additional bonus challenges for points!

Question

1. Room: The 7th prime number with the atomic number of Zinc
Drinks

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2. Room: The year Beethoven composed his famous piano piece, Für Elise.
Clue: In which artwork can you see Beethoven, Mozart and Handel?

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3. Room: The number of sides an Octadecagon has with the age of Queen Elizabeth II
Clue: When infra-red photography is used, which artwork shows that the original composition featured another woman?

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4. Room: Return Tipsy
Clue: Which artwork changed its title by the time it was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1809?

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5. Clue: Where booze and art mix. Which artist’s father died in a drinking competition in 1811?

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6. Room: MCM
Clue: Originally meant for the roof of St. Pauls  – what did Fredrick give up to the sea?

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7. Clue: Which artwork includes structures from three eras?

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8. Clue: Read not scene from Point Break.  What’s it written in?

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9. Clue: Which puzzling piece depicts Marilyn Monroe?

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10. Clue: Which artwork shows the first product advertised on British television?

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