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Taste Liverpool is the most visited gallery of visual art outside London and home to the national collection of modern and contemporary art in the north of England which is free to view. Displays change often so there is always something new to see...more
All reviews modern art jackson pollock roy lichtenstein albert dock special exhibition works of art great gallery art lovers great space gift shop worth a visit the ground floor free admission great place to visit paintings picasso exhibits
its not art, i understand that art is perspective but when did it get so far from talent. Clothes next to a statue, basic drawings, ive now realized that i can become a artist by drawing stick man hahaha
I love all the Tates. I love that they’re found in places as dissimilar and seemingly random as London, Liverpool and St Ives in Cornwall. This was my first visit to the most northerly, and it didn’t disappoint. I meant to kill an hour there...More
Considering this is supposed to be one of the best galleries in the country I was quite disappointed. The staff were all nice and friendly and helpful when asked questions but it was the actual availability of artwork on show that let me down. Two...More
Visiting Tate Liverpool is a wonderful way to see contemporary art, like Rothko, Mondriaan, Judd, Jesus de Soto and many others. This time there was kinetic art and a wide range of famous works. 15 years ago I saw a statue in Tate Modern that...More
I studied at the University of Liverpool during 2001-2004. But cannot remember been here. I have to Albert Dock area numerous times, but not in the gallery.
Spent 1 March afternoon there with a friend.
I liked roaming around there. Browsing the paintings; occasionally reading...More
Not being an art historian or artist I hadn't heard of Ferdinand Leger. He was a very influential originator of the Cubist style pre & post WW1 as well as influential in the styling of early film. I particularly liked his pre WW1 work. There...More