Art is the face of emotion, and the artist is the lunatic who always tries to cure himself……or kill himself.
It's really for an exhibition. David Hockney's 60-year retrospective exhibition, which was on display in Tate Britain until the end of May, was very touching. The exhibition is divided into thirteen regions, from the earliest exploration of space and time to the move from Britain to LA and tourism influenced by Asian culture, controlling water and human body!
Tate Modern, on the South Bank of the Thames in London, is a local called TATE. TATE looks like an old-fashioned factory building or warehouse. The interior architecture, exhibition room layout and exhibition content are very special. It is worth exploring whether professionals or lay-outs in the art industry. TATE is not as crowded as other museums in London. It has large space, spacious space, plenty of sofas, seats and many places with good view and rest. TATE Museum has no tickets, voluntary donations of 4 pounds and maps of 1 pound. TATE has some special exhibitions from time to time. The general audience needs to buy tickets separately. TATE does not have Chinese instructions. The coffee shop on the roof takes excellent pictures.
We entered the nearby Ted Modern Art Museum, an exhibition hall renovated from an old factory. It was spacious, bright and magnificent. We first took the elevator to the 10th floor viewing platform to see the scenery on both sides of the Thames River in London. Then we came to the 4th floor exhibition hall to see several exhibition halls, which is also considered to have seen modern art works.
In preparation for the speech, I stumbled upon the materials of Ted Modern Art Museum. The Unilever Series in Turbohall, the turbine hall, was amazing. The soft sculpture of anish kapoor's red giant horn, Olafur Eliasson's weather plan, Carsten H&ller's giant slide, Doris Salcedo's big crack, and 100 million ceramic sunflower seeds of Ai are super interesting.
It's so good and shocking! Architecture itself is art. It's very meaningful to visit Picasso 1932 Exhibition. The stores in the Tate Gallery are also worth visiting. They are of good quality and cost-effective. Four prints of Picasso's paintings, one for 6 pounds, were purchased in London in 2011 by a Russian billionaire for more than 20 million pounds.
Tate Modern is the largest and most famous palace of modern art in Britain. It mainly exhibits world-class modern art since the 20th century. It is situated on the South Bank of the Thames, across the river from St. Paul's Cathedral and connected by the Millennium Bridge across the Thames River. It also has a sister gallery, the Tate Britain, which exhibits classical art collections. The Museum of Art, which is covered with brown brick walls and reinforced by steel bars, was originally a magnificent power plant, with a large chimney soaring into the clouds as its symbol. Today's Tate Modern Gallery was rebuilt by two young Swiss architects, Jacqes Herzog and Pierre de Meuron.