Hello, I am doing my silver arts award, and here, I will be sharing my review from when I went to the Tate Modern Art Museum in London. I hope you enjoy!


For my first review, me and my friend Kaitlin went to the Tate Modern, which is a modern art museum in London. We decided to go here because we wanted to explore there, as it is something that I hadn't experienced before. The first thing I noticed was the amazing architecture in the entrance hall of the museum, it was all very vast with a striking black and white colour scheme, which I liked because I thought it added to the overall effect.

One of the things I liked most about the museum was the variety of different art that was featured there. There was a whole range of different art, for example, sculptural, digital, and photography. However, one thing that I noticed about the museum was there wasn't many interactive exhibits, so if there was one thing that I would change about it, that would be it. Apart from that, I really enjoyed looking at all the art, and reading about the inspiration and hard work that had gone into each piece. 

One of the pieces that I really liked was " Women at the Treff-Modelle Clothing Factory" by Helga Paris. It is a series of pictures of women that work at the factory, and it captures their clothes, posture, and working environment in detail. I love that when you look at one picture on its own, you really get an insight on the individual character, but when you see the series as a whole, it represents the workforce as a team. Another reason why I liked it was because it features Portrait Photography, which is a technique that I explored during parts A and B. 

Overall, I really enjoyed the experience a I have never been to a modern art museum before. Also, seeing all the fantastic art will definitely influence and inspire me the next time I'm creating something artsy.


  • Emrys Green

    On 24 December 2018, 14:36 Emrys Green Voice Team commented:

    Thanks for sharing your review Maisie. Your favourite pieces by Helga sounds good and I might have to try and pop down to see it. How do you think the art will influence your next piece?

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