The Treasure of Tate Modern

The Tate’s Mark Rothko exhibit: a room with a view of the subconscious

The Rothko paintings belonging to The Tate have been reinstalled at Tate Modern after having a period of travel followed by a period of  resting.   ‘Rothko’s apocalyptic, wine-red paintings of illusory windows or doors take viewers to disorientating depths of the imagination..’ Read more from Jonathan Jones recent article in the Guardian here.

Posted by Kristina Huxley

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