Tate Modern unveils artworks tackling migration and sexual brutality

By Mark Brown Arts correspondent

Large installations by Nigeria's Emeka Ogboh and India's Amar Kanwar open in gallery's subterranean Tanks space

Tate Modern has unveiled two immersive and highly political artworks about forced migration and sexual brutality in its subterranean Tanks space.

The large installations by the Nigerian artist Emeka Ogboh and India's Amar Kanwar were opened to the public on Monday and both will enter Tate's collection.

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