Tate in the frame
This major London gallery on the north bank of the Thames houses a dazzling wealth of British art. It has been a little overshadowed by Tate Modern, its sibling across the river and more obvious tourist draw.
But I was here to see the impressive shell that houses Tate Britain, recently refurbished to the tune of £45 million with a new staircase and reopened balconies.
The building’s central sweep with all its Neo-classical grandeur is just as impressive. On a quiet day, it’s possible to capture these features without the interruption of visitors – or just simply let them wander into shot.
Click first image to launch the gallery