At Tate Modern

Must get to London…

Down by the Dougie

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There’s just too much to see in one visit to Tate Modern. Here’s a few works that captured my interest during our recent visit

From Louise Bourgeois’ Artist’s Room

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From the Living Cities exhibition

Untitled (Ghardaïa) 2009 Kadar Attia. A city made of cous cous (I’ve seen this one before in Tate Liverpool)

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You can walk on this map of Beiruit

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Mogamma, A Painting In Four Parts: Part 3 (2012) by Juli Mehretu

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Back over in the “Boiler House” (as the original building is now called)

Abstract in White, Green, Black, Blue Red, Grey and Pink (c1963) by Victor Passmore

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Quarante Huit, Quai d’Auteuil (1935) an early abstract work by Winifred Nicholson

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Holes (1954) by Shozo Shimamoto

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Guano (1958-62) by Judit Reigl

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Pictures of Spatial Growths – Pictures with Two Small Dogs (1920-39) by Kurt Schwitters

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