February 2007 issue of The Spectator had an article on Tate
director, Sir Nicholas Serota,
"Culture's Still a Low Priority" by Mark Glazebrook. Oddly
their web site captioned Serota's photo
as shown above. What is he saying to justify this? The results of
our competition to find out are below.
RESULTS OF OUR CAPTION COMPETITION
to Edgeworth Johnstone, Mark D, Tate employees and other anonymous
you guess what it is yet?
only cost £705,000,000!
ate my other arm.
be honest, I'm not sure if it's an artwork or a ventilation
don't you all piss off and let me spend your money on what I
me is the new artist trustee disguise kit.
the contextualisation of the material that denotes value. Anyway,
enough about my suit.