Don’t miss this blockbuster exhibition by Olafur Eliasson, hyped as being one of the most exciting artists working today.
Discover 40 of the artist’s works spanning three decades, almost all of which have never been seen before in the UK.
On the terrace outside Tate Modern, visitors first encounter Waterfall 2019, a dramatic new installation measuring more than 11 metres in height.
Inside the exhibition, discover Moss Wall 1994, a vast 20-metre wide plane covered entirely with Scandinavian reindeer moss; Beauty 1993, which conjures up the natural phenomenon of a rainbow; and Din blinde passager (Your blind passenger) 2010, which offers a visceral journey through a 39-metre-long corridor full of dense fog.
For the duration of the show, Studio Olafur Eliasson’s kitchen team, SOE Kitchen, has collaborated with Tate Eats to create a special menu for Tate Modern’s Terrace Bar. Based on organic, vegetarian and locally sourced produce, diners eat family-style surrounded by artworks and lights designed by Eliasson.