Wasn’t expecting big aircraft at Tate Britain when we popped in today, but they seemed to have some.
Although the caption was going on about it being a Harrier aircraft and looking like a dead bird, we thought it looked much more like a dead shark being lifted out of the sea. And painting a sort of feather effect on the wings and fuselage we thought was over egging the pudding a bit.
But that apart from that, you can’t deny the impact of a decommissioned warplane hanging vertically in an art gallery!
Meg patiently stood by the archway so I could take my ‘arty’ shot. It was well worth the effort, yeah?
Anyway, it was a good exhibition and the TB has more good stuff in than I thought, including modern art….the Tate Modern hasn’t nicked it all, after all!