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Tate Modern

Listed under Art Collections in London, United Kingdom.

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Tate Modern, which opened in 2000, is Britain's national museum of international modern art and a London landmark. The conversion of the Bankside Power Station which houses the gallery was a triumph, providing dramatic exhibition space for artists from Monet to Andy Warhol. The grand central Turbine Hall hosts site-specific installations.

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“Tate Modern for kids”

By Linsey McNeill for The Observer, First published: July 20, 2008 Waken the artist in your child by taking them to the drop-in Family Zone, where they can choose an art-based activity, from drawing to sticking to storytelling. They then take their mat… Read more...

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