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<p><font color="#800080" size="7" face="Verdana"><strong>TATE MODERN</strong></font></p>

<p><font size="5">MODERN ART GALLEY, BANKSIDE, LONDON</font></p>

<p><font size="5">ADMISSION: FREE</font></p>

<p>Well recommended! Even if you don't like Modern Art. (In fact
especially worth visiting if you DON'T like Modern Art). The
admission being FREE means you can visit the place without any
commitment, and MAKE YOUR OWN MIND UP.</p>

<p>Preconceptions about an art gallery being by necessity an
ancient classic building with fine but unexciting paintings on
the walls can be DISPELLED on visiting the Tate Modern. It's a
recycled building, a vast power station somewhat like the one
Pink Floyd used for an album cover. Gives the impression from the
inside of the Turbine Hall of being like the inside of a Borg
cube starship. The electric humming sound on the lower deck is
not just a perception of art but is because there is still some
of the gear from the power station running there.</p>

<p>Modern Art isn't as silly as some people think. But some of it
is easier to understand than other. But on actually seeing and
experiencing modern art first-hand there is something that is not
obvious, that it is VERY IMPRESSIVE. Works of art are very big,
or shocking, or of strong impact on the mind. It's like a FUNFAIR
OF THE MIND where from the ground it isn't obvious why being
taken up there and spun around like that would be fun, but when
you go and do it, THEN you can see, because it actually IS fun!
Art does this to the mind, acting on aspects of thought which are

<p>For a hands-on close-up look at art, visit!</p>

<p><a href="http://www.tate.org.uk/modern">the TATE MODERN web site</a></p>

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