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By Diana Quick, actress

A lot of Rites of Passage at the Tate is gloomy and pretentious, but I liked three pieces: "Untitled 90", by a Spanish sculptor Pepe Espaliu, is very mysterious, very haunting. Sadly, he died of Aids-related illness two years ago. Louise Bourgeois' "red rooms"have a mythic feel.They get your imagination going. I was moved by "Remembrance of the First Holy Communion", a sad piece by a young Polish sculptor called Miroslaw Balka.