Free Tate Liverpool Collection route

All Free Displays Liverpool

Aliza Nisenbaum

© Tate Liverpool (Gareth Jones)

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See portraits of Merseyside's NHS staff, art from Tate’s collection and Liverpool Biennial

You can visit all or some of the galleries on this route, as long as you follow the one-way system designed to keep all visitors safe. There will also be access to toilets, and our shop and café.

What you can see

Enjoy incredible paintings by Aliza Nisenbaum, celebrating Merseyside’s NHS staff on our ground floor.

Head to the first floor to see two new displays of the Tate collection. Democracies and Whose Tradition? include more than 60 artworks from around the world. Visit Ideas Depot, a display of works selected by Primary schools in Liverpool. See a selection of photographs taken by members of Tate Collective in response to Don McCullin. These images document life in the North West over the past year.

On the second floor you will find Liverpool Biennial (until 20 June). The display includes works by Ebony G. Patterson, Linder and Nicholas Hlobo.

From 24 July, visitors will be able to see a new display of work by one of the most important figures of modern and contemporary art, Louise Bourgeois.

ARTWORK HIGHLIGHTS

Aliza Nisenbaum Naveena, Student Nurse 2020

Aliza Nisenbaum Naveena, Student Nurse 2020 © Aliza Nisenbaum. Photography by Jeff McLane, courtesy the artist and Anton Kern Gallery, New York

Xiao Lu Dialogue 1989

Xiao Lu Dialogue 1989, remade 2015

Adam Broomberg, Oliver Chanarin, ‘Untitled (Girl looking)’ 2010
Adam Broomberg, Oliver Chanarin
Untitled (Girl looking) 2010
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© Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin
Pacita Abad, ‘European Mask’ 1990
Pacita Abad
European Mask 1990
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© Courtesy of the Pacita Abad Art Estate
Wifredo Lam, ‘Ibaye’ 1950
Wifredo Lam
Ibaye 1950
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© Tate
Linder, Cakewalk Dégagé, 2010. Courtesy the artist and Modern Art, London

Linder, Cakewalk Dégagé, 2010. Courtesy the artist and Modern Art, London

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Dates

Ongoing

Currently booking until 5 September

Pricing

Free with ticket

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WHAT TO EXPECT

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  • A one-way route
  • Increased cleaning regimes in toilets and high use areas
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  • Hand sanitiser dispensers throughout the gallery
  • The cloakroom is closed so avoid bringing bulky coats or bags

VISITING SAFELY

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