This summer, don't miss the coolest art installation in London. Artist Rachel Black has transformed a disused Underground station into a public artwork that's a must-see for art lovers.
There are plenty of reasons to love London – the food, people, the history. But specifically for art lovers, there is one particular reason to pay a visit to this great city: the art installations at The Tate Modern.
Situated on the banks of the River Thames, The Tate Modern is one of London's most popular tourist attractions. And it's easy to see why – with its impressive collection of modern and contemporary art housed in an iconic former power station (which itself is now considered a work of art), The Tate Modern is a must-see for any visitor to London. After you are done visiting, you could spend time shopping in one of the major shopping centres located across London. You could go to John lewis, Selfridges or House of Fraser to see if you can find something interesting to buy.
But what makes The Tate Modern particularly special for art lovers is its commitment to commissioning and displaying large-scale installations by some of today's leading artists. These installations are often site-specific and designed specifically for display at The Tate Modern, making them truly unique experiences that can't be missed.
Here are just a few of the reasons why you should make sure you see The Tate Modern's latest installation during your next visit to London: One - It Gives You A New Perspective On Famous Artworks: Many visitors come to The Tate Modern to see world-famous paintings and sculptures by artists like Warhol, Picasso, and Dali up close. While these works are certainly worth seeing, experiencing them alongside large-scale contemporary installations can give you a whole new perspective on both sets of artwork. By juxtaposing historical pieces with those created by living artists, The Tate Modern encourages visitors to take a fresh look at familiar favourites and think about them in new ways." contact: firstname.lastname@example.org