Tate Liverpool Free Collection Displays
Feb, 3 2022
City centres are renowned for staging some world class art exhibitions. Manchester is recognised as is Liverpool for welcoming highly accomplished art in the area.
The Tate is currently exhibiting free collection displays. The ground floor gallery will host a series of work by artist Emily Speed.
The first floor will be dominated by two displays. These include - Democracies and Whose Tradition? Featuring more than 60 artworks from around the world. Local schoolchildren have contributed their work at Ideas Deport - a display of works selected by Primary schools in Liverpool.
By the 15th February you can experience ‘Journeys through the Tate collection’ - a fascinating gallery exploring themes such as migration, colonialism and international exchange and how they play a significant role in the history of Liverpool.
Artwork highlights cover:-
- Emily Speed - Flatland 2021
- Xiao Lu Dialgue- 1989 remade 2015
- Adam Broomberg, Oliver Chanarin - Untitled (Girl Looking) - 2010
- Pacita Abad -European Mask - 1990
- Wifredo Lam - Ibaye - 1950
- Patrick Caulfield - After Lunch - 1975
The event is free to attend but you will need a ticket to access the galleries. You can book tickets at the following website link:-https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-liverpool/collection-route/tate-liverpool-free-collection-displays
See Emily Speed’s Art North West commission and incredible art from Tate’s collection…
^Alex Ashworth CCG Art Blogger