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Tate Liverpool presents displays of work from the national collection of modern and contemporary alongside special exhibitions. The collection embraces all media, from painting, drawing, sculpture and prints to photography, video and film...more
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A great number of free exibits to explore along with friendly and helpful staff to answer questions. A lot of artists displayed here. The gift show was full of wonderful items and there was a lovely cafe.
ART. perceived in different ways depending on what you're looking for. However, In our experience, what we saw was not Art. This might seem harsh however it very much was of average standard. The staff were friendly and the building itself was super cool in...More
The Tate is a wonderful space to visit with a lots of different levels to wonder through. The gift shop was very good and all members of staff were friendly. Would recommend a visit. There were activities for children too.
Visited 6th Nov. Currently 2 floors closed in preparation for new exhibitions opening later in month. The two open floors have a selection of post 2nd World War pop art.
Just go for the floor in the pop art exhibition
It having been several years since I visited a Gallery and the first I have ever visited with my son I can confirm that my recent visit to the Tate Liverpool was a memorable and highly enjoyable one.
The varied exhibits including sculpture and performance...More
Modern art needs to be your thing for you to enjoy this to the full, otherwise most of the exhibits are just incomprehensible nonsense. FREE though so you could visit, laugh and shake your head in disbelief.
Visit is free and takes between 1 and 2 hours. Temporary exhibit on 4th floor is not free.
The Tate Liverpool has very varied modern works of art spread over 3 floors, encompassing some of the greatest names of the last century, Grosz, Braque, Picasso,...More