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It’s impossible to ignore the hulking 1950s architecture of the Tate Modern, slap-bang in the middle of the most-walked part of the South Bank. Full review →
There is something very glamorous about the vast space, let alone the amazing holdings, which range from Matisse to Matthew Barney.
Housed within a former power station on the south bank of the Thames, the gallery houses Tate Britain's existing collection of 20th-century modern art. Full review →
The huge Turbine Hall entrance, which once housed Ai Weiwei’s porcelain sunflower seeds and Carsten Hèller’s helter-skelter slide, never ceases to inspire. Full review →
This spectacular renovation of a mid-20th-century power station is one of the most-visited museums of modern art in the world. Full review →
Welcoming more than four million visitors a year, Tate Modern is the world's most popular modern art gallery (the free admission helps), and one of the capital's very best attractions. Full review →
Within the gallery rooms are Rothko and Picasso, Mondrian and Delvaux in glorious relief to... stark surroundings. Full review →
One of London's most popular attractions, this outstanding modern and contemporary art gallery is housed in the creatively revamped Bankside Power Station south of the Millennium Bridge. Full review →
200m of rectilinear façade bordering the River Thames, 4.2 million brown bricks, a chimney resembling a church tower and a former turbine hall evoking a cathedral nave. Full review →
Herzog and de Meuron dazzler. Full review →
Thanks to its industrial architecture, this powerhouse of modern art is awe-inspiring even before you enter. Full review →
Housed in a hulking converted power station, this vast modern art showplace opened in 2000 but still breaks new ground with installations. Full review →