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Art Historian Rosie Rockel takes in two new exhibitions dedicated to Piet Mondrian: Mondrian and Colour at Turner Contemporary, and Mondrian and his Studios at Tate Liverpool. Get 50% off entry to the Tate exhibition with the National Art Pass: http://www.artfund.org/get-involved/buy-a-national-art-pass Film by Northern Town: http://www.northerntown.co.uk/
For Liverpool Biennial 2016, Tate Liverpool has transformed its first-floor galleries into Ancient Greece, with classical sculptures sitting alongside newly commissioned artworks. The artists have imagined a world where artists from Ancient Greece and contemporary times have collaborated, merging the past, present and future into a single fiction just as the city's architects did when they designed Liverpool's neoclassical buildings in the 1800s. Take a virtual tour of the exhibition with curator Rosie Cooper. Find out more at www.biennial.com Having problems viewing this? To watch 360° videos, you need the latest version of Chrome, Opera, Firefox, or Internet Explorer on your computer. On mobile devices, use the latest version of the YouTube app for Android or iOS.
This summer, Tate Liverpool is one of many venues across the city displaying new work as part of the Liverpool Biennial – the UK’s largest international contemporary art festival. The 2016 edition of the Biennial draws on Liverpool’s past, present and future to take visitors on a series of voyages through time and space. These journeys take the form of six ‘episodes’, with the Tate’s contribution transforming its first floor galleries into Ancient Greece. Read more: https://in.live.solas.britishcouncil.digital/programmes/uk-india-2017/city-showcase-liverpool/tate Part of the UK-India 2017 Liverpool Arts tour series: https://www.britishcouncil.in/programmes/uk-india-2017/city-showcase-liverpool
'Alice in Wonderland' at Tate Liverpool was the first exhibition of its kind to explore how Lewis Carroll's stories have influenced the visual arts, inspiring generations of artists. Curators Gavin Delahunty and Christopher Benjamin Schulz takes us around the exhibition.
Here's what happened when we visited Liverpool! We visited Manchester the day after, but that'll have to wait until the next video! Places visited: - What's Cooking? - The Beatles Story - Liverpool Maritime Museum - International Slavery Museum - Tate Liverpool - Liverpool Central Library - The Cavern Pub Please subscribe/comment/rate etc. and if you'd like to read my books, you can find 'em here: http://www.danecobain.com/amazon SOURCE LINK: Free 60s Style Background Music Track (Download NOW!): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITL7qBjHaGc
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Art historian Kate Bryan explores the misery and glamour of Weimar Germany – a pivotal point in German history – through the eyes of artists Otto Dix and August Sander. Both artists were concerned with representing the extremes of society; from the flourishing cabaret scene to extreme poverty and the rise of Nazism. Tate Liverpool’s exhibition Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919-1933 is open from the 23rd of June to the 15th October 2017. Book tickets today: http://bit.ly/2nsSzUQ Free for Tate Members #PortrayingANation @tateliverpool
The second of two days spent in Liverpool, August 2017. Visiting the World Museum and the Liverpool Tate. Twitter: @joehannaghan Insta: @joehanz_ "Opportunity Walks" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
This special edition "Live Edit" of Manchester in Action: "The Cornerhouse" includes special footage from the Liverpool Tate performance for the "Museum of Homelessness: State of the Nation" exhibition. It still charts the rise of the Manchester Activist Network, the renewed squat scene that followed, the Loose Space festival, the political environment at that time and concludes with the Manchester International Festival, but also shows the artists, singers and squatters in the flesh performing and creating: what they do best! Although the Manchester Activist Network cease to be, the ripples created by the team with respect to housing, rough sleeping and homelessness can be felt to this day. Hopefully this film will in some way pay respect to the cause and the impact of this dedicated g...