Here are some more photos from our visit to the Tate Modern with our Irish cousins last October:
Piet Mondrian. The Tree A c. 1913
There were two rooms devoted to Dan Flavin’s fluorescent light sculptures.
Juan Gris. Bottle of Rum and Newspaper. 1913-14
Robert Delaunay. Endless Rhythm. 1934
Iwan Puni (Jean Pougny). Relief. c. 1915-16
Pino Pascoli. Trap bef 1968. Pascoli was a major participant in the Italian Arte Povera movement of the 1960s.
Annette Messager. The Pikes. 1992-3
Lee Krasner. Gothic Landscape. 1961
Henry Moore. Upright Internal/External Form. 1952-53
Philip Guston. The Return. 1956-58
Philip Guston. Head I. 1965
I recognized one of the famous Vietnam War photos that inspired this painting.
Lorna Simpson. Five Day Forecast. 1991
I couldn’t find any information on this work of art.
After our Tate Modern visit we had a nice lunch at The Founders Arms Pub and Restaurant nearby. Then we walked across the Blackfriars Bridge to catch the Tube at Blackfriars Station.