Press Release

Tate Liverpool to premiere new Martin Creed ARTIST ROOMS display

Press release announcing Martin Creed ARTIST ROOMS display at Tate Liverpool

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Martin Creed at Tate Liverpool ARTIST ROOMS

Information about ARTIST ROOMS Martin Creed at Tate Liverpool – a display of seven important works from the Turner Prize winning ...

Editor notes

Tate Liverpool previously displayed ARTIST ROOMS: Sol LeWitt from May-Sept 2009 and ARTIST ROOMS: Robert Therrien from June-October 2011.  


ARTIST ROOMS exhibitions and displays are from the collection assembled by Anthony d’Offay. ARTIST ROOMS is owned jointly by Tate and National Galleries of Scotland and was established through The d’Offay Donation in 2008, with the assistance of the National Heritage Memorial Fund, the Art Fund and the Scottish and British Governments. ARTIST ROOMS On Tour with the Art Fund has been devised to enable this collection to reach and inspire new audiences across the country, particularly young people. 

The Art Fund

The Art Fund is the national fundraising charity, helping UK museums and galleries to buy, show and share art. It offers many ways of enjoying art through the National Art Pass which gives free entry to over 200 museums, galleries and historic houses across the country as well as 50% off major exhibitions. Over the past 5 years, the Art Fund has given £24 million to 248 museums and galleries to buy art. It also sponsors the UK tour of the ARTIST ROOMS collection – reaching several million people each year, and fundraises to help museums buys works of art. It is funded entirely by its 80,000 supporters who believe great art should be for everyone to enjoy. Find out more about the Art Fund and how to buy a National Art Pass at Media contact 020 7225 4888,