Darkness at Tate
I'm beginning to think a law should be passed to ban Unilever from sponsoring so-called "art" projects. The latest load of inartistic tosh in the Unilever Series at Tate Modern is a huge steel box that fills the Turbine Hall, like an up-ended shipping container. Some Pole called Miroslaw Balka designed this time-waster. And what does it contain? Darkness! Even its title isn't original; it's taken from a novel by Samuel Beckett: How It Is. If you fancy a grope in the dark, the container opens on 13 October and hangs about until 5 April 2010.