Posts tagged with 'Tate Liverpool'
25 October 2016 by Laura
It was on this day 135 years ago that Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain. A prodigious artist from the start, he went on to become the most influential European artist of the 20th Century.
So, in honour of the great man’s big day, here are five reasons why Picasso is still an artistic force to be reckoned with. Read more…
15 October 2015 by Richard
In this guest blog, produced for Tate Liverpool, I talk of my recent visit to the gallery’s major exhibition curated by one of America’s most distinguished contemporary artists, Glenn Ligon (b.1960, New York) – Glenn Ligon: Encounters and Collisions.
My first guest blog for Tate Liverpool also happens to be during UK Black History Month (rather than US Black History Month which is in February). Dr. Carter G. Woodson, often referred to as the father of African American history, established what was originally called ‘Negro History Week’ in 1926. The week became a month, February chosen as it contains the birthdays of influential figures such as Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. It was against this backdrop that I visited Glenn Ligon: Encounters and Collisions at Tate Liverpool. Read more…