As an occupational hygienist, when visiting the Alexander Calder exhibition at Tate Modern last week I couldn’t help but stop and take notice of the pictures and description of one of the works created by this American artist well known for his mobiles and other “kinetic sculptures” . A mercury fountain. While I was lookingContinue reading “Toxic Art – Alexander Calder’s Mercury Fountain”
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Are the Tate’s sunflower seeds a risk to health?
Last week I took a short break in London. On Monday we visited the Tate Modern to see the Gauguin exhibition that had recently opened. On arriving at the gallery we noticed that there was something going on in the Turbine hall. We could see that the floor in a large area of the hallContinue reading “Are the Tate’s sunflower seeds a risk to health?”