Monday, 13 October 2014

Turbine Hall Tripe

Tomorrow Tate Modern opens to the public its latest load of codswallop in its vast Turbine Hall: Richard Tuttle: I Don’t Know The Weave of Textile Language (2014). This 78ft-long sculpture made of wood draped with brightly coloured fabric weighs 15 tonnes. The fabric came from India, where it was probably made with sweated child labour. So don't let any arty moral stance kid you. The sculpture hangs about the place until 6 April 2015, admission free (CLICK). It coincides with a retrospective of Richard Tuttle's work at the Whitechapel Gallery in east London. CLICK for more views.


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