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Tuesday, 30 October, 2001, 11:07 GMT
In Pictures: Tate Britain galleries
The Prince of Wales opens art gallery Tate Britain's 32.3m centenary development on Tuesday.

BBC News Online takes a pictorial tour around the new galleries.

Sir Nicholas Serota with Tate Britain Director Stephen Deuchar
Tate Director Sir Nicholas Serota (left) says the building work is "just the beginning" of plans for Tate Britain

View of Exposed: The Victorian Nude
The first show at the new Linbury galleries is an examination of Victorian attitudes to nudity - Exposed.

Manton Entrance
Historical features, such as World War II shrapnel damage around the modernised entrance are to remain

Tate Britain
Grey, terracotta and green have been chosen as "enhancing" backdrops to the permanent collection

Tate Britain
Before the expansion Tate Britain could only show 15% of its collection at any one time

Britain When Seen From The North
Tony Cragg's Britain When Seen From The North graces the triple height atrium in refurbished Tate Britain

Tate Britain
The new project binds seamlessly with the old neo-classical structure and previous modernisations

See also:

30 Oct 01 | Arts
Royal opening for Tate Britain
30 Oct 01 | Arts
Tate galleries' success story
23 Mar 00 | UK
Artists unveil Tate Britain
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