There are spaces to sit, discuss and ponder works of art created from the 1960s onwards - including a cityscape made from couscous, live parrots on a sandy beach and steel-mesh cages decked out with duvets, should anyone fancy a kip.
Works are engaging and even playful; it's as much about the voyeur as the visual itself.
For despite being available world-wide, only a select number hand chosen by a ninja team of four staff at The Inner Circle will ever make it past the metaphorical ‘velvet rope’.
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’ to themselves as they trudge home from yet another bad date with a total loser.
Well sorry, but you probably have absolutely zero chance of getting in.
Visitors viewing artworks including 'Spider' by Louise Bourgeois, one of the artworks on show in the new Switch House extension of the Tate Modern, in Southwark, London. Touted as one of Europe's most significant cultural openings, the lattice brickwork building (below) - which extends the iconic, riverside gallery's collection by 60pc - is connected by corridors to the converted Bankside Power Station, which has been changing the face of modern art since 2000.
Built to help accommodate Tate Modern's five million annual visitors, it's expected to attract even greater numbers since opening on June 17.Dedicated to verified college students and alumni (via education database). Alumni cannot initiate or respond to contact or post status updates. Members only see intersection of what they are looking for and what other members are looking for. Free messaging and status posting for undergraduates (5 messages/day limit).Up until the Millennium, industrial husks were consigned to a dusty, undesirable past.Now hotels, bars, cafes and restaurants are springing up in forgotten spaces and backstreets, all with distinctive character and creative bent, following the Tate's exploratory, artistic lead.As a result, a former no-man's land south of the river is fast becoming the most exciting base for a weekend break in the capital...