Photographer's Note

Architects Herzog & de Meuron have uncovered three underground concrete tanks at the Tate Modern gallery in London to create new spaces for art and performance. The huge industrial cylinders previously held oil that fuelled the turbines of the former power station, but have lain empty since the building was decommissioned in 1981 and later converted into a gallery. Glass doors lead visitors through from the turbine hall into the cylinders, where the raw concrete structure is left exposed. The Tanks are the first phase in the construction of a new wing at the gallery, scheduled to complete in 2016...

...taken at "the tanks" section of tate modern...

(tate modern'in "tanklar" bölümünde çekildi.)

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