Nov 30【Get Price】2007 Illustration for article titled Tate Modern's Innovative Crack giant crack that cuts through the pavement in front of London's Tate Modern.
Doris Salcedo【Get Price】Shibboleth at the Tate Modern Shibboleth is a 167m concrete crack in the floor of the Turbine Hall starting as a hairline crack and widening
Oct 9【Get Price】2007 OK it would be an exaggeration to say that the ground under Tate Modern seems to be literally breaking apart. It is not a frightening or
Feb 24【Get Price】2008 Crack-pot bosses at the Tate Modern gave the all-clear for more than £23000 of tax-payers' money to be spent shipping a crack in the ground
Yet【Get Price】the artist offers some hope. After seven months the show ended and the Tate Modern filled the crack leaving a scarred floor. This is a remarkable symbol of
Dec 11【Get Price】2007 8 — As contemporary art often does the giant crack in the floor at the Tate Modern here inspires different responses from different people.
Nov 26【Get Price】2007 many as 15 art lovers have been injured at London's Tate Modern since the opening of an installation which features a large crack in the floor
Oct 8【Get Price】2007 Sculptor Doris Salcedo has unveiled a hole at the Tate Modern - the latest It begins as a crack then widens and deepens as it snakes across
This is a view from above of the latest 'art' installation at the Tate Modern Art Gallery in London. It is a 548 foot (167M) crack that has been constructed in the floor【Get Price】
Jun 2 2015 Some people remember being able to step into the crack completely (you couldn't) others “The Tate had commissioned Doris to do this piece and she'd proposed the idea . It's no different when you're slicing up a gallery floor.【Get Price】
May 9【Get Price】2018 English: Crack in the floor at the Tate Modern. Date 17 March 2008. Source From geograph.org.uk. Author Sarah Charlesworth. Attribution
Oct 20【Get Price】2007 http://distributedresearch.net/blog/2007/10/21/explaining-the-crack-at-tate-modern-museum-london Explaining the crack.
digital photograph by the Colombian artist Doris Salcedo that depicts the Turbine Hall of Tate Modern【Get Price】London with a long narrow crack running along its floor
A crack in the floor Turbine Hall【Get Price】Tate Modern in London. In Pictures Day in pictures. Doris Salcedo Shibboleth at Tate Modern London 2007.
Nov 26【Get Price】2007 Tate Modern crack claims 15 victims involve the latest installation in the gallery's Turbine Hall - a giant crack snaking across the gallery floor.
Oct 12 2007 On entering Tate Modern's Turbine Hall【Get Price】visitors will now be warned about another sinister gap one that has apparently opened up in the concrete floor. The first project to interfere with the fabric of the building the crack
Oct 20【Get Price】2007 The crack in the floor at the Tate Modern has swallowed its first victims. The Guardian reported that an onlooker said “We saw the first poor
that allow one to approach the meaning of Doris Salcedo¿s work of this title at the Tate Modern in London.2 However【Get Price】the 167-meter crack in the concrete floor
When I visited the Tate Modern Turbine Hall in May 2008【Get Price】Doris Salcedo's vague memory – a ghostly continuance of her concept of the cracked floor.
Oct 10【Get Price】2007 Tate Modern's dramatic new installation - a great gash in the floor of the Turbine Hall - has already delighted both critics and the public. But the
A giant crack in the floor of the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern by artist Doris Salcedo is unveiled as the latest annual commission for The Unilever Series at the【Get Price】
View of Shibboleth【Get Price】a crack in the floor of the Turbine Hall in Tate Modern in London. Shibboleth was the title of a temporary art installation placed by the Colombian artist Doris