Thursday 18th of June 2015
Planning on visiting Liverpool this summer? Then a trip to Tate Liverpool is definitely on the cards. Situated in Liverpool’s Albert Dock, Tate Liverpool stands on one of the most iconic waterfronts in the world. The Liverpool waterfront has been granted UNESCO World Heritage Status, and it’s easy to see why, with the three graces welcoming ships into the historic city, Liverpool is home to a treasure trove of cultural delights.
This summer, Tate Liverpool welcomes its new exhibition, ‘Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots’ which is an in depth exploration of the iconic painter’s life and work. On display from June 30th – October 18th, the exhibition will display Pollock’s colourful and instantly recognisable drip paintings, and through his style transformation into a pouring technique. The exhibition also includes some of Pollock’s drawing and his rarely seen sculptures.
Tate Liverpool will be home to Jackson Pollock’s ‘Black Pourings’ as they are better known, for the good part of four months, and is one of the largest number of his paintings ever assembled in the UK.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see the work of one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. Prices start from £7.50 for children and concessions and admission is £10 for adults.
Why not make a weekend of it in Liverpool and check out our Top 10 Hotels in the city, any maybe dine out in one of our Top 10 Restaurants in the city.