Tate Liverpool Course

Five Week Course: Jackson Pollock

Jackson Pollock, ‘Number 14’ 1951
Jackson Pollock, Number 14 1951. Tate. © Pollock - Krasner Foundation, Inc.

Jackson Pollock (1912–56) is widely considered to be one of the most influential and provocative American artists of the twentieth century. Pollock famously pioneered action painting, a process that saw him drip paint on canvases resting on the studio floor. Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots is the first exhibition in more than three decades of Pollock’s paintings made between 1951 and 1953, shedding light on a less well known but extremely influential part of his practice and departure from his signature technique.

Join Ed Bruce, Artist and University of Liverpool Continuing Education lecturer, who will lead a five-week course that explores Jackson Pollock's heroic and mythical status as a leading figure of post-war American art. Students will have the opportunity to study the art works in the Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots exhibition, (30 June – 18 October 2015), at Tate Liverpool and to learn more in classroom-based lectures and discussions.

Programmed in association with University of Liverpool Continuing Education, Centre for Lifelong Learning

To book and for further information visit the University of Liverpool website

Tate Liverpool

Royal Albert Dock Liverpool
Liverpool L3 4BB
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Dates

28 September 2015 at 10.30–12.30

5 October 2015 at 10.30–12.30

12 October 2015 at 10.30–12.30

19 October 2015 at 10.30–12.30

26 October 2015 at 10.30–12.30

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    Exhibition

    Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots

    30 Jun – 18 Oct 2015
    Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots presents the first exhibition in more than three decades of Pollock’s paintings made between 1951 ...