4 December 2016

5th December 2016

So it appears a lot of you have been doing Christmas decorating this weekend. While we've got our wreath up, there hasn't been time for the tree. But maybe you've decided to go a bit arty with your tree this year, perhaps like Tate Britain has done...

Hanging upside down from the glass ceiling in the Millbank entrance, Shirazeh Houshiary’s Christmas Tree can be appreciated from different perspectives at three levels of the gallery. The tip of the tree from the lower floor, the floating body from the ground, and the glittering roots covered in gold leaf open into an abstract star formation when viewed from the upper floor.
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