London: Selfies at Tate Modern

The Tate has been on my list for a long time. I first read about it in Vanity Fair, a magazine I started reading in high school when I wanted to feel adult and worldly.

It was wonderful. I really like the way they structure their permanent collection around themes. So often artistic movements are separated woodenly and it’s hard to see how they bleed together and influence one another.

20130726-082516.jpgDabbling in some interwar modernity.

20130726-082612.jpgIn front of Gerhard Richter’s 11 Panes.

20130726-082733.jpgWith American photographer William Eggleston (can you spot his reflection too?)

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