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Queer British Art at Tate Britain, London

Tate Britain currently presents the first exhibition dedicated to “queer British art” if one wants to fall into such categorization. The show will remain on view until 1st October 2017 and features artists such as John Singer Sargent, Henry Scott Tuke, Duncan Grant, Francis Bacon, Simeon Solomon among many other important artists. 136 more words



Yves Klein & Edward Krasiński at Tate Liverpool is an exploration of two great 20th Century artists. The work of Klein is instantly recognisable; his solid blue paintings have become iconic and earned him the reputation of being a maverick. 809 more words


Notorious Bed

Tracey Emin’s notorious unmade bed currently on display at Tate Liverpool


“Sprung a Leak” at Tate Liverpool

I called into Tate Liverpool during a day out in Liverpool last week. I hadn’t been for a while so there was plenty of new exhibits to see. 311 more words


Yves Klein at Liverpool Tate: vision of cosmic infinity - or a crock of shit?

In 1961, Piero Manzoni filled ninety tin cans with his own excrement. A label on each can identified the contents as ‘Artist’s Shit’, contents 30gr net freshly preserved, produced and tinned in May 1961.’ Each was numbered on the lid (the Tate owns number 004). 1,137 more words


Exhibition reflections: Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms at Tate Liverpool

18th May – 18th September 2016

I visited this exhibition during last August bank holiday, but feel it’s worth writing about now, because of my reaction to the exhibit. 495 more words