I visited the TATE Modern which a horrific experience, the fact that non-art devoted public go to the museums wrecks the experience for whoever is actually into art and has studied a thing or two about it, but whatever as pretentious as that notion is, it's pretty horrid to see people taking pictures with a selfie stick in a high art museum. I saw the Rothkos and Mondrians it was very nice, nothing near Zürich’s kunsthaus but still a good experience. My art space highlight for London was the Gagosian Gallery which showcased Jonas Wood, I liked the presentation of the art and the space which it was presented, no kids with ice cream nearly spilling on Wei Wei sculptures there.
But, the highlight of London art wise was Richard Serra’s Fulcrum sculpture outside of the Liverpool Street Station! Even seen numerous Serra pieces by now, but this one wow. Simply amazing! The sculpture is five panels of untouched!! metal laying on each other and they don’t topple over because the weight of each piece creates an equilibrium hence the name 'Fulcrum'. Serra’s a fucking genius and I was in awe for a couple of hours afterwards.