28 February – 11 May 2014
A dynamic exhibition exploring word meanings and cultural shifts in our society

28 February – 11 May 2014

Tate Liverpool presents American artist Richard Hawkins’ first UK exhibition bringing together new works exploring interpretations of classic Western figurative painting

Ongoing display
Explore the impact of major works from the Tate collection in our brand new display 

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Admission and opening times

Admission to Tate Liverpool is free, except for special exhibitions
Opening times
Open daily between10.00–17.50

Getting to Tate Liverpool

Albert Dock
Liverpool L3 4BB
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Exhibitions and events at Tate Liverpool 

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Carey Young, 'Body Techniques (after Parallel Stress, Dennis Oppenheim,1970)' 2007 Free collection displays at Tate Liverpool

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Tate Liverpool : Special event Super sculptures

Wednesday 9 – Saturday 12 April, Wednesday 16 – Thursday 17 & Saturday 19 & Monday 21 April, 13.30–16.30

Unleash your hidden creative potential and joins us for some family fun this Easter. Transform yourself into a Super sculpture in our galleries using a range of everyday and unusual materials!

Tate Liverpool : Special event Blueprint festival 2014 open call-out

Deadline for entries is Saturday 31 May

Are you a young artist? Do you want to see your artwork exhibited by Tate Liverpool? We’re looking for work by artists, designers and creatives aged 15-25 to feature in an exhibition this July as part of Tate Collective Liverpool’s first Blueprint Festival 2014

Tate Liverpool : Special event Artist-led guided tour: J. Chuhan

Thursday 24 April 2014, 15.00 to 17.00

Examine the juxtaposition of words and images with artist Jagjit (aka Jai) Chuhan in a guided tour of Keywords, followed by a seminar about her own work on the theme of exploitation. Chuhan focuses on how art reflects cultural contexts