TATE Modern

In homage to the UK’s national gallery showcasing international and contemporary art collections (housed in the former Bankside Power Station) the world-renowned TATE Modern is depicted here.

At the time of starting the drawing in 2007, one of its most famous installations ‘Shibboleth’ by Doris Salcedo: a crack literally running along the length of the Turbine Hall was displayed from October to April. The ‘crack’ – still a talking point today – drew a large audience and global attention to the gallery.

Other illustrations shown to accompany the building image include two other famous exhibits: ‘The Urinal’ by Marcel Duchamp and ‘The Lobster Telephone’ by Salvador Dali.

 

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