Tate Modern: Did I get Cézanned or Céscammed?

As always, Tate Modern in central London, beautifully situated on the River Thames and opposite the gigantic Saint Paul’s Cathedral, attracts millions of people every day. You don’t even have to be an art lover to enjoy the building’s extraordinary design. However, what really interested me about the Tate at this time of year was the exhibition of Paul Cézanne’s artwork. The art history high school diploma added enormously to my knowledge of the artist’s private life and perhaps even led me to develop a greater admiration and understanding of his paintings.

Aside from being mesmerized by the French post-impressionist painter, however, you’ll find yourself squished like a pickle in a jar. I was fortunate to have a Tate membership to visit the exhibition without having to queue for hours in the rain. But if membership promises you the unforgettable experience of peacefully exploring the artworks, how does it make your dream come true? In the room full of random people, you struggle to even glimpse your favorite painting to take your time and appreciate it. The time I have devoted to the Tate Modern has left me quite disappointed but with a fresh taste of the beautifully painted The Basket of Apples by Cézanne. So I couldn’t help but wonder if membership was even worthy and how would Cézanne himself react to all this chaos surrounding his art?

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