'Soundscapes' vs 'Sensorium'

August 24 2015

Picture: Guardian

When the National Gallery recently put on an exhibition called 'Soundscapes', where paintings were paired with newly commissioned music, the critics went bleeugh, and said it was unspeakably awful. But now Tate Britain have done pretty much the same - only with smells too - and called it 'Tate Sensorium'. Will the critics respond differently? I suspect they might.

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