Liam Gillick

born 1964

Liam Gillick, ‘Annlee You Proposes’ 2001
Annlee You Proposes 2001
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Liam Gillick (born 1964) is an English conceptual artist who lives in New York City. He is often associated with the artists included in the 1996 exhibition Traffic, which first introduced the term Relational Art.

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Artist as subject

Film and audio


Walks of art: Grace Dent on the YBAs and Shoreditch

The journalist journeys through East London to explore the artists who lived and worked there in the nineties


Off the record - part 3

Panel discussion: Artists on Audio Arts, chaired by William Furlong

Liam Gillick, Michael Craig-Martin, Angela Bulloch


Liam Gillick: Artist’s Talk

Liam Gillick talked to curator Jeremy Millar about the ideas and interests underpinning his work.


Art Term

Relational aesthetics

Term created by curator Nicholas Bourriaud in the 1990s to describe the tendency to make art based on, or inspired ...

Tate Etc

Books Etc. Lawrence Weiner

Claire Nichols

Claire Nichols reviews Lawrence Weiner’s As Far as the Eye Can See. Edited by Donna De Salvo and Ann Goldstein ...

Tate Etc

But is it installation art?

Claire Bishop

What does the term ‘installation art’ mean? Does it apply to big dark rooms that you stumble into to watch ...

Tate Papers

Awkward Relations

Neil Mulholland

This paper focuses on practices that captured critical and curatorial attention in Scotland and England at the turn of this ...

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