Tate Modern Hosts Live Art In Upcycled Oil Tanks


Unique underground space permanently devoted to moving performances and installations.

Yi Chen
  • 27 april 2012

As part of the London 2012 Festival, Tate Modern has sourced an underground location to become the world’s first museum to permanently dedicate a space to live art. The installations and performances will be hosted in oil tanks that have been unused since 1981.

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