Sam Taylor-Johnson OBERed 2000

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Artwork details

Artist
Date 2000
MediumPhotograph, colour, Chromogenic print, on paper
Dimensionsunconfirmed: 508 x 608 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by Tate Publishing 2000
Reference
P11682
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Summary

This is one in a portfolio of ten photographs commissioned by Tate Publishing to celebrate the opening of Tate Modern in May 2000. Ten contemporary artists working with photography were invited to make an image inspired by the Bankside building and its surroundings. The resulting pictures chart different aspects of the site’s development from power station to museum of modern art under the direction of Swiss architects Herzog and de Meuron. With the exception of Craigie Horsfield, all the contributors photographed in colour.

The artists focused on the structure of Bankside Power Station and its conversion, on the surrounding area of London and the impact of Tate Modern on it, and on the staff and contractors working at the site… (read more)

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