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April 21   -   ArtsJournal: music

Neighbors Sue Tate Modern Under European Convention For Human Rights (Yes, Really)

One unexpected sight at the London museum's new Switch House extension is a view straight into the glass-walled condos of the Neo Bankside complex, just 20 meters across the street. And visitors have been taking full advantage of that view , sharing photos of it all over social media, much to the residents' chagrin. (The Tate has not been sympathetic. ) Now five plaintiffs "claim their high-rise homes have been turned into 'goldfish bowls' while they have become 'public exhibits'" - a violation of their human rights, they say.

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