It was interesting to see how they'd combined items from collections with new exhibits and installations. We spent some time poring over the watercolours and in the 'portraits' section trying to guess the artists when there were no information sheets left! Having no labels or numbers did mean it looked great aesthetically but was a bit frustrating when trying to work out who was who. Didn't get to see everything in a couple of hours, it'll be good to make a return trip.
Cornelia Parker: the bullet drawings of lead wire; the squashed silver-plated objects.
'Room for Margins' - canvas linings from various paintings by Turner mounted behind glass. I loved their patina with subtle marks, reminding me of the beauty of backs of stitched textiles, the 'unconscious side'.