Travel Tip: London's Tate Modern Is Not a Kids' Playground (Yes, it Does Need to be Said)

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Untitled (1980) by Donald Judd is a sculpture owned by London's Tate Modern. Similar works by the American minimalist artist fetched around $3 million in 2006, according to Gawker. And while, functionally, Untitled could serve as a decent kids' jungle gym, with that location and price point, it probably shouldn't be. Alas...

According to ABC News, Brooklyn gallery owner Stephanie Theodore, came across it serving just such a purpose on Sunday.

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