Wednesday 3 October 2012

Byrne Bros. supports new project at The Tate Modern

Byrne Bros. has been thanked for supporting a new outdoor art project at The Tate Modern on London's Southbank.

The installation, Skirt of the Black Mouth by artists Heather and Ivan Morison, uses unexpected and beautiful geometry to provoke emotions of hope and agitation to passersby of The Tate Modern's southern landscape on Holland Street.

Byrne Bros. has been applauded for its role in this ambitious community project and its future, which opened on Friday 5th October 2012.

'Your (Byrne Bros.) help in a variety of ways was fundamental to help us create an ambitious impactful new space for visitors and the local community.

Once again thank you for good will, generous support and enthusiasm in particular during the lead up and installation of the work.'

Synthia Griffin, Curator: Regeneration & Community Partnerships, Tate Modern.

Byrne Bros. has scooped a 6th Gold award in succession