The latest tosh at Tate Modern is UBS Openings: Paintings from the 1980s, It opened today and continues until 13 April 2009. The Tate claims this show offers an opportunity to re-appraise Neo-Expressionist painting a quarter of a century after its emergence. Thanks, Tate. If this is the best the show can do - Jean-Michel Basquiat's Tobacco vs Red Chief (1981-2) - it's a wasted re-appraisal of outmoded tripe by untalented hacks. Rubbish, but free. Why bother, unless you're a member of the Brit. Anti-art Establishment? You'll meet all your mates at the show.