fog at tate modern

You do not wanna MIST this! A cloud of fog has descended on the Tate Modern’s South Terrace as part of their new live exhibition, Ten Days, Six Nights. Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya has been making artificial fog since the 70s and created this sculpture especially for the Tate. Other installations throughout the 10-day live series include a dinner party as art, a sculptural performance using fabric and sound, and a room filled with potted and hanging plants. Defo an insta-worthy exhibition.

Until Sun 2nd April 2017
Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG