London’s Tate Modern gallery said Tuesday it will open its new extension on June 17 next year, a development which expands its display space by 60 percent. The gallery of international modern art, housed in a former power plant on the River Thames in London, is getting a new, 10-storey Switch House building shaped like a twisted pyramid. Already under construction, it was designed by the Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. ‘With 60 percent more display space, the world’s most popular gallery of modern art will now feature over 250 artists from around 50 countries,’ said Tate. ‘It will reveal how art has evolved from the studios and salons where modernism was born to the live, interactive and socially-engaged projects happening around the world today.’ The gallery will undergo a complete re-hang, including works acquired since the gallery first

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