About Tate Modern
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First To Review: Gemma B.
Sep 18, 2009
One of my favorite museums anywhere. For me, the location of the museum produces a fantastic feel and energy. I love the idea of housing Britain's first museum of modern art in a defunct power station. Additionally, the museum is really perfectly placed in the city. The artworks are for the most part astounding and provoking. I feel something of a bonus is added by the manner in which they are exhibited. Overall, a fantastic collection.
Recommendations: Go early Stay late Go often Take your time Enjoy Boo/Hiss: No cameras The prices at the book store Good Journeys!
Feb 11, 2010
I love the walk to the Tate Modern and the Lichtensteins and the bookshop but nothing else grabbed me. The architecture feels unwelcoming and unhuman friendly, it was cavernous cold and I just don't get the huge, empty, gaping steel and glass entrance with nothing in it. It would be an excellent display space for large exhibits but its always empty when I go, with the exception of an exhibit at the back which is always poorly lit. Personal taste I guess!
Mar 27, 2010
one of our favourite sunset scene is wander along river thames, from blackfriar to direction st paul's cathedral and take a pause at wobbly millenium bridge then continuing to tate milleniium. a funny thing ... my beloved one like a small alley nearby called 'knightrider something', knightrider just like hasselhoff's can you believe that? :)