A set of pictures of people looking at pictures…
Staircase mural and window
The visitation, Jacob Epstein, 1926
Jacob Kramer by Jacob Epstein, 1921
Almost a sacral feeling in this series! I like it a lot! I have never been to Tate, but I sure (now more than ever 🙂 ) would love to go there some day!
Yes, I think you’re right. There is something a bit like religious devotion going here.
Galleries are great places to make photos. The interaction of people and the exhibits adds a whole new dimension to the relationship between subject and observer.
Tate Britain is a fine gallery – and only five minutes from my office, so I get there quite a lot. To be honest I prefer the sister gallery, Tate Modern, but that’s a bit further away.
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