Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Great Regulars: These are two giant (30 metres in diameter)

concrete chambers below ground level behind Tate Modern. Together they held 1m gallons of oil to fire the old power station's boilers; now, with the inner steel casings removed, they have become what arts people call "spaces". These will house installations, performance works, dance, films and audience-participation events.

from Bryan Appleyard: from The Sunday Times: Serota and the Tate


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