I am ashamed to say how long it had been since I last visited the Tate Britain. So far to say, that is has had a major shakeup in recent times. They have now prioritized a large section of the gallery to more modern British Art and have updated the stairway with this coloured square mural. Large parts of the gallery now resemble the Tate Modern although the style of the hang is still more traditional. The room pictured above with the chandelier and the mirror are both by Cerith Wyn Evans whose work I was very happy to see in the flesh. After wondering through the permanent collection I went round the Picasso exhibition, which had been my primary reason for the visit. I found the show quite disappointing as I had been really excited to see it, after reading about the Picassomania which had hit the UK in 1960s when the Tate exhibited his work. I even dressed up in a sixties style to honour the original exhibition. Below you can see my attempt to recreate ladies visiting the first Tate Picasso show. The show seemed disjointed and the link between Picasso's painting and the British artist's work tenuous at times or overtly obvious.