Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Tate Liverpool, with a waterfront location full of history and culture, displays works from the Tate Collection, comprising the national collection of British and international art from the year 1500 to the present day. The gallery opened in 1988 and is housed in a converted warehouse within the Albert Dock. Inside this large space, the gallery displays items from its permanent collection, as well as works from regular temporary exhibitions. Works included here encompass a wide range of media, including painting, sculpture, drawing, video, film, photography, and performance. Explore the works of Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Robert Morris, Marcel Duchamp, and Henri Matisse, to name just a few notable artists. Check for upcoming exhibitions, talks, and workshops by visiting the gallery’s website. Tate Liverpool is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Liverpool Edition.
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Great location. Friendly staff. Enjoyed the coffee shop too. My knowledge of art is very limited but I am aware of Tracy Emin and the infamous bed so I was interested to see what the Teenagers (13 & 1... read more »
Lucky to catch the end of the Francis Bacon exhibition. The artist's work is amazing, interesting and thought provoking - you do not need to be an expert to enjoy this exhibition.Worth the money to go... read more »
One of the best exhibitions I have been to. Well planned and superbly put together. Definitely a must see for 20C British Art lovers
Brilliant. The Matisse exhibition was enjoyable and there is a good variety of old and new. The art gym on the top floor kept the kids busy for a couple of hours. Highly recommended!
Couple of really nice floors of free modern art, often with a paid exhibition to boot. The free works don't seen to rotate much, but well worth an trip of you're in the city centre or Albert Dock.
I have been to so many exhibitions here, by artists I have heard of and ones I hadn't but they were all outstanding. It is a great place for a gallery too due to the amazing location and the adaptability of the building and history of the docks. There are also lots of place to eat nearby.
King Man Chong
Can enjoy a good time in Tate Liverpool, enjoy the window views overlooking outside too
The best art museum that I never been. And it's free. A little small but OK. The store was the best
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