The exhibition opened on October 1, and is running until January 17, 2010. Featuring work from Andy Warhol, Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst, amonst others, the exhibition takes you on a journey through 17 rooms – starting with a prologue introducing the audience to the concept of pop art.
The exhibition is pretty good – I was on a bit of a time limit so we whizzed round in about half an hour, but you could definitely spend more time there really studying the pieces and reading all the information that goes with them. My particular favourites were Warhol, Pruitt Early (really good music in this room!) and the final room, which celebrated Takashi Murakami.
More To See
Whilst you’re there, you might as well have a gander round the rest of the museum, no?
There are also a couple of gift shops (my favourite things!) and cafes for your convenience.
With a riverside location, the Tate is definitely a nice day out, and it’s possible to spend the best part of an afternoon there. Which is handy for this afternoon, as it’s due to rain on Saturday!
Stuff you should know: Nearest Tube is Southwark (Jubilee Line) and Mansion House (District/Circle Lines) both about 10 minutes walk away.
The Tate Modern is FREE, apart from the following exhibitions:
Pop Life – £12.50
Pure Beauty – £10 (concessions available)