Rapper Wretch 32 will be previewing tracks from his forthcoming album during a re-launch ‘Late at Tate Britain’ event 6-10pm on Friday, 10 April.
The new Late at Tate Britain series have been curated by 15-24 year olds and will open with an exclusive screening of ‘When I See You I See Me’ a stunning monologue film featuring Wretch 32, where he questions the meaning of the modern day superstar, paving his journey from his Tottenham neighbourhood to the Duveens inside Tate Britain. The evening will also see Wretch 32 in conversation with Rohan Blair-Mangat, the film director of ‘When I See You I See Me’.
Wretch 32 said: ‘Late at Tate is a great opportunity for young people to connect with art forms they might not otherwise explore. I’m really happy to be part of Speculate, working with Tate on this unique film project has been a great experience.’