Visiting The Tate Modern is always an inspiring experience. Not only for the artwork inside but also the building itself. Semi brutalist and cold; sharp angular shapes cut into stone, interesting shadows, high mezzanines and soft colours.

This post shows our favourite works of art from the trip, as well as viewpoints of the building itself.

Entry way to the Tate Modern

Rasheed Araeen
-Lovers, 1968

Donald Judd
-Untitled, 1980

Cristina Iglesias
-Pavilion Suspended in a Room I, 2005

Saloua Raouda Choucair
Infinite Structure, 1963-5

Looking up in the corridors
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