Monday March 30, 2020

How modernism made its mark

London’s current cultural offerings include Virgin Mother, a 13.5-tonne bronze statue by Damien Hirst showing a woman with her skin cut away to reveal a foetus in her womb.

27th May, 2006

London’s current cultural offerings include Virgin Mother, a 13.5-tonne bronze statue by Damien Hirst showing a woman with her skin cut away to reveal a foetus in her womb. It was unveiled this week at the Royal Academy.

The Tate Modern’s stg£1 million rehang exhibits include Cildo Meireles’ Eureka/Blindhothand, a net chamber you step into so you can bounce rubber balls on the floor.

In the minimalism wing,...

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