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Tracey Emin and William Blake in focus. Tate Liverpool. 10-03-17.

My Bed, Tracey Emin 1998, and Nebuchadnezzer, William Blake 1795-c1805

Tracey Emin and William Blake are an interesting pairing for an exhibition. Their work shares a keen sense of draughtmanship and the use of a strong dramatic line- Tracey Emin can draw quite beautifully, something which people who have not seen much of her work don’t always realise, and for Blake his ability as a draughtsman was at the core of his skill as a master printmaker. 560 more words

Arts Reviews And Comment

inspiring future arts careers

This post is written by Lexi Earl on her visit to St Ambrose Barlow RC High School in Salford.

In my conversation with Bernie Furey, the Assistant Head Teacher (Creativity and Research) at St Ambrose Barlow RC High School in Salford, she talked about the focus on giving students functional and useful art skills. 779 more words

School Visit

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