Visited with a group of English teenagers all fairly interested in art. The art was modern and very accessible even for those of their age. There were some pieces by famous artists, in particular Andy Warhol. We all liked the Lichtenstein tapestry in particular and the black spider. The building itself is striking and the sculpture outside made for a nice photo op. The cafe was pretty good too. It had a nice, pretty healthy selection. The kids enjoyed the gallery and the food and also had a browse in the shop which had some nice postcards an other arty things.
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