I thought I would get political on you for this first post – last weekend I had the opportunity to visit the ongoing exhibition at Tate Modern called the ”Soul of a Nation” and my only regret was that I hadn’t visited sooner. Martin Luther King, Muhammad Ali were present, if only in spirit.
Talking about Black Artists from the 1960s-1980s, the exhibition is a cry of freedom and human rights. In 12 rooms and using a variety of media, the “Soul of a Nation” reflects our own times and everything that’s happened on the other side of the Atlantic. In three words, I was amazed! To carry that strength and power to deliver your message, I found it fascinating!
The exhibition is on until the end of October, so if you haven’t been there already please do so. You will feel blown away!