Visit to Tate Modern: what you’ll see right now

Today, we visit Tate Modern in London.

Tate Modern is a world-famous gallery featuring international art from 1900. Since it opened in May 2000, more than 40 million people have visited the gallery, and remains one of the UK’s top three tourist attractions. Throughout the floors, there are lots of things to see and admire, so I spent a lot of time inside the gallery and got to see some iconic artworks from Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and many more. Below you can see some of the artworks I saw separated in levels, exactly how I saw them in Tate Modern.

  • Level 4: Witty, Sexy, Gimmicky: Pop 1957-67
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Andy Warhol – Self-Portrait (1967)
David Hockney – Man in the shower in Beverly Hills (1964)
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Eduardo Paolozzi – The City of the Circle and the Square (1963 and 1966)
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Georg Baselitz – Rebel (1965)
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Patrick Caulfield – Greece Expiring on the Ruins of Missolonghi (after Delacroix) (1963)
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Mimmo Rotella – With a Smile (1962)
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Peter Blake – The First Real Target (1961)
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Roy Lichtenstein – Whaam! (1963)
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Andy Warhol – Marilyn Diptych (1962)
  • Level 4: Energy and Process – “This wing focuses upon arte povera,the radical Italian art movement of the 1960s and 1970s, and its international context.”
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Arte Povera and Anti-Form (Room 3)
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Arte Povera and Anti-Form (Room 3)
  • Level 4: Structure and Clarity, abstract art from the early twentieth century 
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Room 2 – Around Abstract Art 1920-1935
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Room 2 – Robert Delaunay – Endless Rhythm (1934)
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Room 7 – Ellsworth Kelly – Orange Relief with Green (1991), Méditerranée (1952), Blue Black Red (2006)
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Room 6 – Josef Albers – Study for Homage to the Square (1964), Study for Homage to the Square: Departing in Yellow (1964), Study for Homage to the Square: Beaming (1963), Study for Homage to the Square (1963)
  • Level 2: Poetry and Dream
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Joan Miró – Painting (1927)
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Pablo Picasso – Head of a Woman (1924)
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Pablo Picasso – The Three Dancers (1925)
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Pablo Picasso – Bust of a Woman (1944)
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Barkley L. Hendricks – Family Jules:NNN (No Naked Niggahs) (1974)
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Henri Matisse – Portrait of Greta Moll (1908)
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Ibrahim El-Salahi – Reborn Sounds of Childhood Dreams I (1961-5)
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Salvador Dali – Metamorphosis of Narcissus (1937)

Hope you enjoyed this article and felt like visiting Tate Modern.

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Goodbye until next time! – Angeliki