Tate Modern’s Crack Claims First Victims

Posted on October 11, 2007 

Tate Modern’s Crack Claims First Victims

A crack in the floor which forms Tate Modern’s latest art installation has claimed its first casualties.

Three visitors lost their footing and fell into the gap made by Doris Salcedo’s art work.

They were among more than 12,000 people who viewed the installation, which runs the full 167 metres (548 feet) of the Turbine Hall. The Tate said the trio did not sustain serious injuries.

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