Tate Liverpool presents displays of work from the Tate collection alongside special exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. The special exhibition programme, presented on the Gallery’s fourth floor, brings together works from national and international collections, both public and private. Since the gallery opened in 1988, Tate Liverpool has presented over 150 different exhibitions and collection displays of work by hundreds of different artists, some seen for the first time in the UK at Tate Liverpool. Major exhibitions in the past few years include 'Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era' (2005), 'Jake and Dinos Chapman: Bad Art for Bad People' (2006–2007), 'Peter Blake: A Retrospective' (2007) and 'Gustav Klimt: Painting, Design and Modern Life in Vienna 1900' (2008). Tate Liverpool continues to play an active role in the Liverpool Biennial. Tate Liverpool has an established reputation for working with, and touring exhibitions to international institutions as far afield as France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, United States, Canada, Ireland, Korea, Austria, Italy and Japan, as well as other institutions within the UK. Tate Liverpool is open every day during summer and autumn, and is closed Mondays in winter and spring. Admission is free except for major exhibitions. Check opening times and display details on the website.
Albert Dock, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 4BB England
0151 702 7400http://www.tate.org.uk/liverpool/
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