An exhibition exploring the "exceptional diversity" of work by Danish artist Per Kirkeby, has opened at Tate Modern, in London.
Kirkeby, one of Denmark's biggest contemporary artists, rose to international prominence in the early 1980s and is known for vigorous brushwork in his paintings.
The show includes the artist's pop-inspired paintings from the 1960s and early works on canvas from the late 1970s.
It also features a group of blackboard works and bronze sculptures.
Kirkeby's work appears in galleries and collections around the world - including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Pompidou Centre in Paris. The exhibition runs until 6 September.