Modern Art and The Tate

Modern Art and The Tate

As part of our latest Stand Out Destinations campaign in London, we had the opportunity to shoot in the iconic setting of the Tate Modern. Situated in Southbank, this is an attraction visited by many, creating a constant buzz around the location.

Housing some of the most famous modern art from around the world since its opening in 2000, it has housed a vast array of exhibitions. Showing work from the likes of Olfaur Eliasson, whose work featured a giant glowing sun which filled the giant space with a mist settling on the visitors, as well as Yayoi Kusama with her famous infinity room installation loved by thousands who visited the exhibition, the Tate Modern is the go to place for some of the most exciting exhibitions in the world.

The beauty of modern art is that it encompasses so many styles and mediums to offer up a vast array of opportunities for work that is exciting and innovative. Just some of the styles that fall under modern art are Surrealism, Social Realism, Abstract Expressionism and Pop art. With such a large realm of possibilities, modern art continues to excite both art lovers and novices alike. And that is the beauty of it.

Modern art celebrates technological advancements and encourages new ideas based on a contemporary society. Because of this the Tate Modern has had the opportunity to showcase groundbreaking artwork that attracts thousands of visitors. For example for the first time ever they changed the structure of their building for ā€˜The Crackā€™ in Doris Salcedo 2007 exhibition, Shibboleth, demonstrating just how far modern art can go.

With all of its history and prestige. We wanted to follow in the footsteps of some of the greats and showcase our latest fashion collection inside the famous walls of the Tate Modern. So head to our socials @tessutiuk and @tessutiwoman to see how we got on and visit our Stand Out Destinations page to shop the looks that walked the iconic interior.

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