We're loving Brazilian conceptual artist Cildo Meireles' Red Shift room at Tate Modern. The piece was conceived, as Meireles puts it, as "a place in which someone, for some reason – whether due to preference, mania, imposition or circumstance – would accumulate in a given place the greatest possible number of objects in different shades of red."
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We see this, maybe not implemented quite so thoroughly, as a great jumping off point for a monochromatic space. What about you? Would you consider a room done entirely in one shade?
For those in London, the Meireles exhibition runs through January 11, 2008.