Tate Modern is contemporary art gallery situated in central London, and is the most explored modern art gallery in the world. It is known for commonly excellent and envelope-pushing exhibitions and for being placed within the now Bankside Power Station, a truly large building with an iconic red brick facade. The gallery is the most well known of the Tate group, which includes galleries in St. Ives, Liverpool and elsewhere. Admission is at no cost.
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Tate Modern is Blackfriars, which is practically next door. Alternatively, St Paul’s, London Bridge and Southwark London Underground (Tube) stations are within a 15-minute walk.
The walk across the Millennium Bridge from St Paul’s Station is recommended, as is the slightly longer stroll along the South Bank from Waterloo. Tate Britain is 10-minute walk from Pimlico Tube station.
Its modern art collection includes works by Dalí, Matisse, Warhol, Picasso and Rothko. Contemporary artists include Dorothy Cross, Gilbert & George and Susan Hiller.
Tate Modern’s focus on the global art scene contributes to its broad appeal to both domestic and overseas visitors. Its collection also has the ability to entertain, confuse, and inspire you in equal measure.
The gallery’s exhibits are displayed over many floors, and the collection is broadly organised by theme, allowing you to home in on the type of art you like. #artgallery
A staple of London. One must definitely check out the Tate gallery. located close to the Thames it’s a great place to relax and admire some art. Some exhibits are interactive and dynamic. It’s a great way to check out the gallery.
One of the exhibitions include a straight line that goes through the whole room. Others play with colour and shapes.
The place has a lot of history and we would definitely recommend checking out the history of the place because it is fascinating. from the funders of the gallery and the different artists that had their exhibitions here.
Typically it would take around half a day to check out the whole Gallery so plan accordingly.
All in all, highly recommend it for art lovers and history nerds :)
Tate Modern is a treasured place of photography. Here collects countless art works of maters. They are classified into four types of history - memory - society, naked figure - action - body, scenery - material - environment, and still life - entity - real life. The building of Tate Modern itself is also an art work.
Tate Modern is one of the must-go galleries in London, with many contemporary and contemporary works of art.
The pavilion itself is very architecturally beautiful, and many children can play on the slopes downstairs! Most of the exhibits are free to watch, and the walls of the pavilion are very intimate: read all the exhibits without forcing a day! The
special exhibition can also show the membership card or the Museum Association card, you can watch it for free, I went to see an exhibition about weaving. Even if it is a simple match of black and white, you can see the designer's ingenuity!