Tate of the Art

Architect Herzog & de Meuron’s £134 million transformation of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s Bankside Power Station has provided a fitting home for Tate Modern – already established as one of the world’s foremost art museums. Lighting the Tate’s vast 155 m-long Turbine Hall, not to mention the galleries and exhibition ...

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