Tate Liverpool

Liverpool Biennial takes on the city’s unique role in the transatlantic slave trade

The South African curator Khanyisile Mbongwa has some home truths for the people of Liverpool—but do the points land?

A museum in a cargo lorry: Tate takes art on the road in Liverpool

The new Art Explora 'Mobile Museum' is on a ten-week tour in the north of England to make art more accessible

Veronica Ryan becomes the oldest person to win the Turner Prize, at 66

"This is the Turner Prize recognising that artists can have a breakthrough at any moment in their career,” says Tate Liverpool director Helen Legg

Tate announces 2023 programme including exhibition pairing Hilma af Klint with Piet Mondrian

Solo shows dedicated to Isaac Julien and Sarah Lucas, a survey of contemporary African photography and the controversial "Philip Guston Now" are also on the slate

Tate Liverpool plans £30m gallery overhaul—with help from UK government’s ‘level up’ fund

The £10m public grant is part of a new initiative aimed at equalising quality of living between the north and south

Surrealism, Sickert, Cézanne and Cornelia Parker’s exploding shed: what to see at Tate in 2022

British artist Hew Locke has been selected for Tate Britain’s Duveen Galleries commission, while Barbara Hepworth gets a survey at Tate St Ives


Remembering Alan Bowness, Tate director who helped change public attitudes to contemporary art

His successor at the London institution pays personal tribute to the persuasive and effective British curator, writer and critic

Women artists to dominate Tate's 2021 solo shows

Exhibitions will focus on Paula Rego, Lubaina Himid, Yayoi Kusama and Sophie Taeuber-Arp as well as a major survey of Philip Guston


‘I mix the paint with rainwater, mud and fish glue': Vivian Suter on being back in the limelight after 30 years in rural Guatemala

She left Switzerland and art-world success behind, but with current and forthcoming shows in New York, London, Liverpool and Madrid, Vivian Suter is much in demand again

Aids, crack and Ronald Reagan: Keith Haring show heads to Liverpool

Tate Liverpool hosts the first major UK survey of the provocative Pop artist

Arthur Jafa’s searing chronicle of Black America comes to Tate Liverpool

The artist's radical video sparked debate about race relations in the US

Aids, crack cocaine and apartheid: Tate Liverpool show brings Keith Haring’s works to the UK

The artist Kaws is loaning a key work to the survey which includes subway chalk drawings and painted tarpaulins

Tate Liverpool show to pair Francesca Woodman’s intense portraits with Egon Schiele’s erotic drawings

The US photographer’s innovations are re-examined in joint exhibition that looks at the ‘physical tensions of the human body’

World tour of Cairo’s Surrealists comes to Tate Liverpool

Show examines role of Art et Liberté in international fight against fascism, nationalism and colonialism


Saving the ephemeral art gallery: The director of Tate Liverpool on preserving institutional history

'History is unpredictable, and we cannot know which obscure artist or minor exhibition may once be regarded as a groundbreaking historical event'

Making space speak: An interview with Richard Wentworth

Richard Wentworth’s mid-career survey at Tate Liverpool is more of a remix than a retrospective

Interview with Mike Kelley on accumulating the uncanny in his new Tate Liverpool show

The Californian post-conceptualist plays the role of artist, curator and collector in his latest piece

Tate Liverpool drops their newest 'Remix'

This new exhibition explores works inspired by the world of Pop, Rock, and Hip-Hop

Pin-ups and Pop stars on display at Tate Liverpool

The Tate of the North examines our visual relationship with celebrities

Marc Quinnarchive

The ideal and the reality explored by Marc Quinn retrospective at Tate Liverpool

The exhibition features works made from Carrara marble and placenta

More Tate of the North

600,000 visitors a year and £3.8 million from the National Lottery

African art exhibitions are being scrutinised over possible neo-colonialism and categorisation worries

Perhaps the problem lies with the lack of suitable definitions created by African artists themselves?

Fake Beuys drawings scandal in officially sponsored exhibition at Accademia di Brera

Thirty-eight works impounded while court searches for a reliable expert

Three expressive exhibitions at the Tate of the North

Die Brücke, “New Light on Sculpture”, and Richard Long now on at Tate Liverpool