Art Turning Left – How Values Changed Making 1789-2013 (Tate Liverpool).

Looking at an amalgamation of political ideas can be disorientating at the best of times. Trying to encompass a whole, global set of standard ideologies is ambitious but dizzyingly incomprehensible for one singular gallery space. Art Turning Left at Tate Liverpool aims to look at the, often naively inversed, relationship between the effects of left-wing … Continue reading Art Turning Left – How Values Changed Making 1789-2013 (Tate Liverpool).

Glam! The Performance Of Style (Tate Liverpool)

Feel the giddy heights of creative excess.  Something that is completely impermeable as a concept becomes physically tangible, visual and audible in Tate’s latest exhibition; the boundaries of taste and of reserve hiding quietly in the corner where they belong while Bowie and Bolan take the centre of stage.  All mediums, forms and ideas are … Continue reading Glam! The Performance Of Style (Tate Liverpool)

Turner Monet Twombly: Later Paintings (Tate Liverpool)

The aging process currently seems to be a recurrent theme throughout the Tate gallery in Albert Dock. Even outside the new Turner Monet Twombly exhibit, the acceptance and emotional resonance around coming to terms with older age and death is present in many of the works by various artists throughout different mediums and eras. Of … Continue reading Turner Monet Twombly: Later Paintings (Tate Liverpool)

DLA Piper Series Curated by Marianne Faithfull – Tate Liverpool

Evocation of an era can be a tricky ideal to achieve in a gallery space. With the potential for works to repeat themselves and end up stale, trying to define a time and perhaps even a place through curation seems like a monumental balancing act to achieve. The new DLA Piper Series; Innocence and Experience proves this … Continue reading DLA Piper Series Curated by Marianne Faithfull – Tate Liverpool

Three Figures and Portrait – Francis Bacon (Tate Liverpool)

Liverpool is currently one of best cities in the U.K. outside of London to see important, beautiful and mind-blowing pieces of art.  Thanks in part to the 2008 Capital of Culture, the year of culture itself has left a wonderful legacy and a demand for art in Liverpool that has been growing for years even before … Continue reading Three Figures and Portrait – Francis Bacon (Tate Liverpool)