Because it's a huge facility, the museum is divided into several galleries on the buildings 5 floors. The Tate Collection is on display on levels three and five, whilst level four is reserved for large temporary exhibitions and a small exhibition space on level two is allotted for works of contemporary artists.
I have to break this entry in parts. Here's the first batch of photos.
Not digging the bubblegum on acid look.
And maybe change the statues at the altar.
How's this for the laundry room?
The Venus of the Rags is beautiful.
This one's titled White Spring.
Perfect in my kitchen because it reminds me of breakfast.
Speaking of breakfast, here's a Francis Bacon.
And another one of his called Triptych.
Marvel at Matisse.
In case you're wondering who he is, this is him.
White Field. Mixed media. A relief using hundreds of nails. Ingenious.
There's an exhibition about voyeurism, surveillance and the camera.
Do you agree?
Me channeling Big Brother. I'd have this framed someday.
This one's rather curious.