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Grab your copy of Compass
Available in the foyer, shop and galleries for just £1, Compass is your guide to Tate Liverpool’s programme.
This season the Tate collection lies at the heart of closely corresponding exhibitions and displays that help us to explore different aspects of America. Through the prism of its art and artists, we hope to reveal different aspects of the country – including the historical, cultural, political and metaphorical. In Christopher Kline’s O.K.– The Musical, we can see how small-town American peculiarities find their way into broader, unexpected uses, while Refiguring American Abstraction explores how developments in post-war American art were more complex than we imagine. On the ground floor we pay tribute to Ellsworth Kelly, one of America’s most important abstract artists, who expanded on the boldness of a particularly European lineage of abstraction.
‘Through America’s art and artists, explore the country’s myths and folklore, as well as its wider cultural impact and outlook, across different layers of programme.’
Artistic Director Francesco Manacorda
New this issue:
- Via Christopher Kline’s O.K.– The Musical, Assistant Curator Tamar Hemmes explores how myth, folklore and anecdotes can impact historical narratives.
- Using Constellations as his guide, Content Editor Mike Pinnington looks for America, in its many guises.
- Drawing on the Tate collection, Guest Curator Alex J. Taylor revaluates the movements and networks that shaped post-war American art.
- Exhibitions & Displays Curator Darren Pih discusses the career of Ellsworth Kelly, a giant of American art who, through his work, sought ‘a different way of seeing’.
Read all about this and more in the new issue of Compass!
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