But it's getting to be something of a habit - and certainly during this school half term a sensible one - to get to the Tate Modern early before the crowds.
|A detail on the Turbine Hall floor|
What I saw when I arrived in the Turbine Hall this morning was particularly intriguing a work by the French-Algerian Philippe Parreno.
Perreno it seems works across a variety of media including film and sculpture.
The work (see below) is called Anywhen the manifesto associated with it seems pretty complex - anyway (and Anywhen) here's a part of it starting up looking a bit like something in a Sci-Fi movie.
|No one can pretend they didn't see it coming - £60|
|Literally literary greats|
|The Gold 45 to the left of the letter box|