My mind was set on visiting the Tate Modern over the weekend. I wanted to finally see the installation of Taryn Simon’s A Living Man Declared Dead. I had already flipped through the book a couple of times and pondered whether or not I should buy it—due to its considerable weight. I couldn’t put off the visit any longer. I entered the museum from the riverside entrance and unexpectedly discovered a new display in the Level 2 Gallery—a space dedicated to emerging and recently established international artists. The first stop of my afternoon visit of the Tate.
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