I previously wrote about the Henry Moore exhibition, which was perhaps the centrepiece at Tate Britain, and various reasons why you should take a day off to visit Tate Britain. This week’s post is slightly different as it focuses on a photographic journey.
What I really love about Tate Britain is that it is out-of-the-way from the high street; it’s small, cozy and spacious and I was pleasingly surprised to see a wide range of paintings and sculptures on display.
The rooms were organised according to the time period and you could easily take your time in each one enjoying every detail you could find because the interior is simply captivating.
I usually spend around 3 to 4 hours there nevertheless you might require multiple visits in order to get the best out of viewing, although it’s worth spending at least half a day there to get a good view of various exhibitions.
Taking a break from the norm and mingling with Art lovers, viewing paintings and sculptures helps to discover the history behind them. Get some inspiration from the uniqueness of those masterpieces and treat your visit as an excuse to meet up with a friend.
Have you decided to take a day off to visit Tate Britain? Would you visit during peak times? What do you enjoy most at the gallery? Kindly remember to leave a comment.