Tate Liverpool liverpool

Tate Liverpool located at Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4BB, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 702 7400

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Mike Todd

5 Google Rating

Only a short visit so we only explored one floor with the current Constellations exhibit that seeks

5/ 5

Only a short visit so we only explored one floor with the current Constellations exhibit that seeks to show connections between a few groups of artists. Very interesting. One installation item, Blindly, very moving.

Liz Best

5 Google Rating

The Keith Haring exhibition is very well worth a visit. Lots of other art too - much of it free - so

5/ 5

The Keith Haring exhibition is very well worth a visit. Lots of other art too - much of it free - so Tate Liverpool is a good place to go. Wandering along the docks is a great way to get some fresh air and take in some water views.

bart bishop

5 Google Rating

Visit The Tate on a regular basis. Don't always take in the special exhibitions as some don't appeal

5/ 5

Visit The Tate on a regular basis. Don't always take in the special exhibitions as some don't appeal to me. But can reccommend taking in one just for the experience. The rest of the gallery has different exhibitions going on throughout the year that are free. These are great to go and see, the variety of art on display is fantastic. If you are in the area please take time and visit.

Beth Furlong

4 Google Rating

Quite small, compared to Modern, but probably the same size as Tate Britain. Went for the Keith Hari

4/ 5

Quite small, compared to Modern, but probably the same size as Tate Britain. Went for the Keith Haring exhibition and loved it. The exhibitions were interesting, mainly modern art

Robert Ward

4 Google Rating

Can't honestly say I'm into abstract art, though I like to think of myself as being open-minded and

4/ 5

Can't honestly say I'm into abstract art, though I like to think of myself as being open-minded and willing to give it a try. So I went to have a look at the Keith Haring exhibition that's on at the moment and was pleasantly surprised. Basically a sort of graffiti artist and activist on racism, apartheid, and AIDS and other worthy causes. His work is - interesting, challenging, thought-provoking, but that's what art is about. Give it a go.

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