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Review: Tate Modern Part II – Collection

“Challenging art – keep an open mind.” Having citiqued the building in Part I, what about the contents of Tate Modern? The Tate Modern prides itself on its unusual grouping of art works by theme rather than by artist, movement, or timeline, so you will find Braque and Picasso works scattered through several spaces, not … Continue reading

Review: Tate Modern Part I – Spaces

Tate Modern was created out of the old Bankside (Southwark) power station, a monumental piece of twentieth century industrial architecture, once full of furnaces, turbines and generators supplying a good chunk of London’s energy until 1981. Built in phases between 1947 and 1963, Bankside Power Station was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, as was … Continue reading

Photograhpy: LCC Students at Tate Modern

Thirteen photographers from London College of Communication’s (LCC) BA Photography course are exhibiting their work at Tate Modern in a show titled, ‘After We Arrive, Before We Leave…’ In collaboration with Tate Modern’s Adult Programmes team, beginning in 2009, the project aims to create a photographic archive of public events,  as well as offering the … Continue reading

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