We spent New Year’s Day happily in Tate Britain: not too many people; an opportunity to see the Rachel Whiteread exhibition again, including the installation of Untitled (One Hundred Spaces) in the central Duveen galleries:-
To admire the detailing of the Duveen galleries, which were designed, as I understand it, by John Russell Pope, the neo-classical architect of the National Gallery of Art in Washington (but in conjunction with Romaine-Walker & Jenkins):-
And we were pleased to see what seems to be a later cast of Old Flo (or is it the original ? there is no label), on loan from a private collection, together with a maquette:-
Happy New Year !