Photographing the North West invited Tate Collective to submit a photograph in response to the Don McCullin exhibition at Tate Liverpool. Tate Collective were challenged to capture their experience of this year by taking a photograph that embodied the themes of hope and the future. In celebration of their creativity, a selection of entries feature on billboards and posters across Liverpool. From 7-19 April, you can find them at these locations:
- 101 West Derby Road, L6 9BY
- 19/21 Prescot Street, L7 8UE
- 64 Tithebarn Street, L2 2EE
- 96 Holt Road (2 billboards), L7 2PR
- Club 051, Brownlow Hill (billboard and 6 posters), L3 5SB
- 17/19 Parliament Street, L1 0BY
We received over 200 submissions for this open call. 30 photos were chosen for the billboards by our panel of judges, a group of creative professionals, curators and young people. All those selected are paid for use of their work. The selected photos will also be displayed in the studio at Tate Liverpool, when the gallery reopens.
Scroll down to see the billboard sites and chosen photos.
THE SELECTED PHOTOS
West Derby Road
This open call was produced in collaboration with the Tate Collective Producers in Liverpool.
Tate Collective is supported by Jean and Melanie Salata with additional support from Garfield Weston Foundation, The Rothschild Foundation, and Tate Patrons.