The Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern art gallery in London has been the temporary home to exhibits, large and small, since its opening in 2000.
Installations have ranged from a giant sun to more than a hundred-million porcelain sunflower seeds.
Now it’s the turn of American artist Kara Walker, known for her exploration of slavery and racism through paper silhouettes and sculptures.
Her 13-metre-high piece, “Fons Americana” “explores the interconnected histories of Africa, America and Europe… using water as a key theme”.
BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz went along to take a look at the exhibition, which is open until April 2020.