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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
Normally i like modern art; something that isn't too obvious and challenges. However i felt that Tate Liverpool is missing a trick. Two of the main galleries were closed and another was a Pay for exhibit, leaving the experience a bit disjointed. The other issue...More
Wel, what can I say. We wanted to go to this museum to see what art there is there. Well there are a lot of near empty rooms, with just the odd painting or....well put it this way. A pair of childs shoes in a...More
When I visited floors 1,2 & 3 were free to visit and floor 4 was a special exhibition of Egon Schiele's work which was charged at £15 for adults.
However floor 1 half of 2 were closed for refurbishment/installation of new work. What was left...More
The video as it said warned it could be offensive shame on the tate yes it was was, so looking forward to visiting the Tate but our group bar one, wasted an afternoon on utter rubbish a black picture if you looked long enough you...More