'Empty Lot' at Tate Modern's Turbine Hall - Part I* | Writing

Today's blog post comes from my writing contributions as art editor for Vulture Hound Magazine

Tate Modern's Turbine Hall Series (or formally known as the Unilever Series) is home to modern arts most prized installations, and it's latest series 'Empty Lot' is no exception.

The piece currently gracing the hall is constructed of large triangular grid of wooden planters, raised on scaffolding on multiple levels with a lit surround - a study by Abraham Cruzvillegas into the theory of... Read more here


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