Articles relating to: Tate Liverpool
Three defiant Scouse lads are the first people you meet on the way into this new iteration of Tate Britain’s Don McCullin 2019 retrospective. But it’s the faces from further away that will leave with you.Read the full story..
If you go to art galleries for the silence, you may have to think again before visiting Tate Liverpool’s excellent new show devoted to Fernand Léger.Read the full story..
I remember my first trip to Liverpool well.Read the full story..
There are many reasons to feel a surge of joy at the sight of the Liverpool skyline.Read the full story..
Tate Liverpool celebrates its 30th birthday next year.Read the full story..
Classification is a useful technique to employ if you are responsible for arranging the contents of a library.Read the full story..
Back in a time before touchscreens and Tinder, there was Tiswas. Innocent, inexplicable Tiswas. At the turn of the 1980s, this Saturday morning TV chaos-fest was the hectic, hydrophilic yang to Multicoloured Swap Shop’s somewhat less water-logged yin.Read the full story..
As we journey around our digital world, we are well used to following links and making connections between subjects that we might not otherwise have explored. For those of us who are fatally inquisitive, even if just as a means to procrastinate, this endless hop, skip and jump from subject to subject has its dangers.Read the full story..
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