Weird Scenes Inside The Goldmine


During the year the Tate puts on a few themed expeditions. When I went the expedition was all about some bloke called Antony Gormley. His most famous work is the Angel Of The North (last seen wearing an Alan Shearer Newcastle United shirt).

Unfortunately, for some reason the Angel Of The North wasn't part of the expedition so we had to put up with some other stuff he had knocked off a while back.

Three of his main exhibits were a bread bed (handy, I suppose, if you get peckish during the night), a load of statues that wouldn't stand up properly (my Action Man was always like that) and a metal baby.

Antony Gormley exhibition at the Tate Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall 1

Shortly afterwards the exhibit was badly damaged by a hungry man armed with a knife and an enormous jar of peanut butter.
Antony Gormley exhibition at the Tate Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall 2 So, this is where they put the drunks they find kipping in the streets and on the beaches.

Antony Gormley exhibition at the Tate Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall 3

Somebody call the police, they've got a small child locked in there.

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