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March 17, 2020

Liverpool’s main Beatles attractions have temporarily closed as part of the response to Government advice over the spread of Coronavirus.

The Beatles Story is shutting its doors until April 6.

And the Cavern Club has announced it is also closing, for two weeks until Apri...

March 17, 2020

Tate Liverpool is closing its doors to visitors until May 1.

The Royal Albert Dock attraction is one of four Tate sites around the UK, all of which are shutting with immediate effect.

The venue is currently staging a show by American artist Theaster Gates, with a summer...

March 16, 2020

FACT’s galleries have been closed following the latest Government advice over the Coronavirus pandemic.

But Picturehouse cinema screens are remaining open at the Wood Street venue - although only until tomorrow.

FACT was due to launch its latest exhibition, And Say the A...

March 12, 2020

The idea of utopia is being explored at a Wirral gallery through a special solo show staged by a Liverpool student.

Lydia George, a final year history of art undergraduate at Liverpool John Moores, is behind the multimedia art exhibition, titled Utopia: The Process, at...

March 5, 2020

Tate Liverpool has announced it will host the first UK solo show for Argentinian experimental artist Marta Minujín.

The Royal Albert Dock gallery will stage a new version of Minujín’s ground-breaking immersive installation artwork La Menesunda this autumn – only the thi...

February 9, 2020

First there was the moon. Then the Earth. And now a giant flock of birds are set to appear suspended in mid-air inside Liverpool Cathedral.

Peace Doves, a mass participation art project created in collaboration with renowned sculptor and artist Peter Walker, will take o...

February 3, 2020

FACT has designated its 2020 as the year of The Living Planet with a programme planned to reflect mankind's impact on the natural world and its inhabitants.

The Wood Street venue’s series of exhibitions opens on March 20 with And Say the Animal Responded? which consider...

January 23, 2020

Musician, songwriter, artist and photographer Alison Goldfrapp is among the judges of this year’s John Moores Painting Prize.

She will join painter Hurvin Anderson, performance and moving image artist Michelle Williams Gamaker, frieze magazine editor-at-large Jennifer H...

January 17, 2020

Liverpool’s dot-art gallery is showcasing the work of four North West contemporary artists in a new exhibition which celebrates digital art.

PIXEL runs at the Queen Avenue venue (off Castle Street) from January 31 to March 22.

Digital art explores the crossover of creati...

January 3, 2020

National Museums Liverpool is wheeling out some of its biggest exhibits for a new show which celebrates the city’s transport history.

Liverpool on Wheels: From Horses to Horsepower is on show at the Museum of Liverpool and features more than 20 vehicles from the last 15...

December 24, 2019

Liverpool’s Bluecoat has unveiled its programme of exhibitions for 2020.

The School Lane centre for contemporary arts will be one of the venues for the Liverpool Biennial in the summer.

And surrounding that it will stage a number of solo and joint shows by artists from h...

December 14, 2019

When in 2005 a tropical storm flooded her studio, Guatemala-based Vivan Suter feared her artwork would be ruined.

But instead she became fascinated by the effect the mud and rainwater had on the canvasses. And from then on the 70-year-old Swiss-Argentinian artist starte...

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March 5, 2020

Tate Liverpool has announced it will host the first UK solo show for Argentinian experimental artist Marta Minujín.

The Royal Albert Dock gallery will stage a new version of Minujín’s ground-breaking immersive installation artwork La Menesunda this autumn – only the third time it has been exhibited since it was premiered in 1965, and the first time in Europe.

The work was created as a direct response to street life in Buenos Aires. Its title is slang for mayhem, and the work is designed to stimulate all five senses.

It will take Tate visitors on a journey through 11 distinct s...

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