Tag Archive: Tate

Christmas Card 17! Pop-up Tate Modern

London’s Tate Modern gallery gets the festive treatment with this beautifully made pop-up Christmas card by Paper Tango. The whole thing is laser cut and then finished by hand making for a product… Continue reading

Rothko painting vandalised at Tate Modern

I read the news that one of Mark Rothko’s Seagram murals (Black on Maroon, 1958) had been vandalised at Tate Modern while I was at its sister gallery, Tate Britain, wandering the Pre-Raphaelite… Continue reading

Sad Jesus is sad at Tate Britain’s Pre-Raphaelite exhibition

Tate Britain’s Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde exhibition piqued my curiosity enough that I willingly spent two hours in its crowded rooms, being gradually nudged around the exhibits by a tide of people. I remember… Continue reading

Eadweard Muybridge would have loved popcorn

I made this shortly before Christmas using the Tate Muybridgizer app for the iPhone. It was a great example of an app really tying in with an exhibition instead of feeling as though… Continue reading

Ai Weiwei’s sunflower seeds – Tate Modern

I think the easiest way to describe the latest turbine hall installation is an urban, industrial beach. It’s how you imagine LS Lowry would have drawn a trip to the seaside. Children are… Continue reading

Henry Moore – Tate Britain

Not knowing a vast amount about Henry Moore and having read favourable reviews of Tate’s exploration of some of his darker themes I decided to see what all the fuss was about. Firstly… Continue reading

Tate’s iPhone app

A mini-review of Tate’s iPhone app for ‘How It Is’, Miroslav Balka.