The New Tate Modern (2)

We went back to the new Tate Modern to get a better sense of it without the opening crowds.   It felt better being able to navigate it on one’s own.   We liked the view from outside the new south entrance:-


Kader Attia’s table reconstructing the ancient city of Ghardaïa out of couscous:-


A woolly head by Louise Bourgeois:-


And had lunch in the new restaurant on the ninth floor, cocooned in wood and with an unrivalled view into the sitting rooms of the Richard Rogers’ apartment block next door:-



One thought on “The New Tate Modern (2)

  1. Edward Chaney says:

    nice building…. pity it’s full of such tosh (Louise Bourgeois being an/the exception to this truth)…

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