Sat 19 July 2008, The Guardian

Tate Modern may miss Olympics target

By Charlotte Higgins
A spectacular new extension to Tate Modern is supposed to be the UK's most powerful cultural statement for the Olympic year of 2012. But the new wing planned to increase the museum's floor space by 60% may still be a building site when the games start, Tate director Sir Nicholas Serota has admitted.
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