Mona is an excavation of the underside of human nature. And now we’ve built a new wing, called Pharos, to round out the metaphor. A crack of light… And a nice spot to sit down, because people are always complaining there aren’t enough chairs in the museum.
Pharos houses four major works by James Turrell, and one each from Jean Tinguely, Charles Ross, Richard Wilson, Randy Polumbo and Nam June Paik. There’s also a new bar, Faro, where you can eat, drink and enjoy the view of the Derwent, until late into the night.
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Header image: Grotto, 2017, Randy Polumbo