Which was just as well as the Turner Prize exhibition was mighty disappointing - and couldn't work out why it was in the Tate Britain not Tate Modern.
In the Tate Modern there is currently the Pop Life exhibition which focuses on how in the last 40 odd years art and commerce have become increasing intertwined. Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst may be decades apart but both have used their name to make a lot of money.
And there is a near twin focus, with 1960s New York and 1990s London and the boom's in art around those two artists and times.
At this point feel ought to repeat the warning in the publicity blurb: when it talks about challenging nature of some galleries they are not kidding. It's not often one can say this but it really was a relief to get to Damien Hirst's calf pickled in formaldehyde!
It's a shame as modern art can be great. In the Tate Britain there was a lovely sculpture called Cold Corners (below) made of aluminium box tubing that picks its way along the grand central halls like an exotic creature from Doctor Who.
It's a temporary commission, only installed until the 29th November, but if it was up to me it's artist Eva Rothschild would get the Turner Prize.