Tate Modern’s Global Cities

Visitors to the Tate Modern’s Global Cities exhibition will be able to peer into the Mixtacity installation, designed by Nigel Coates, where inanimate curiosities, such as upturned dinner plates, represent buildings such as the Millennium Dome. The installation aims to highlight the issue of diversity in the London riverside area. It fits with the exhibition as a whole, which looks at architectural and social changes in ten international cities. It opens today and runs until 27 August.

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