The Tate Modern Handbook
In 2000, the first edition of the Tate Modern Handbook introduced readers to the startling architecture of the brand-new modern art museum on Londons south bank, now the most visited modern art museum in the world. \n\nThis new revised edition, published in response to the first reorganization of the collection, presents the artworks afresh and examines the part Tate Modern now plays in global cultural life. Andrew Marr contributes an essay examining the Tate Modern phenomenon, while an expanded A-Z of works in the collection includes entries on more than 120 artists, plus explanations of key terms in art and museology. More than simply a guide to Tate Modern, this is an ideal introductory survey of 20th- and 21st-century art.