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“The limitations of painting I find quite beautiful” – Michael Simpson, first prizewinner, John Moores 2016
15 July 2016 by Lisa
5 July 2016 by Lisa
8 May 2015 by Ann
I’ve been talking about our exciting project to restore and redevelop the South End galleries at the Lady Lever for quite a few months now and have been itching to get on site to see how the work is progressing. Read more…
4 August 2014 by Alyster
Our octopus is pretty clever. Octopuses need to be because they don’t have a hard shell, they don’t have any sharp venomous spikes to protect themselves and they’re pretty soft creatures who are very tasty to other sealife! If they didn’t use their brains, they’d be eaten up in no time.
Of course, our octopus doesn’t need to worry about escaping from predators; we don’t keep any in the tank with him. He doesn’t need to be feeling his way around, trying to find a quick exit or avoid being eaten. Read more…
29 April 2014 by Lisa
It was a really exciting opportunity to not only meet but also interview such a renowned artist – especially a Chinese artist – as this is not something that happens every day! Zeng seemed to really enjoy talking a tour of the gallery and then telling myself and Sandra (Director of Art Galleries) about his favourite painting from the gallery, Read more…
22 April 2014 by Laura
It’s been a busy few weeks for the John Moores Painting Prize. We recently announced the longlist, or those 52 artists who have been selected for the exhibition. This was the culmination of an arduous judging process which began with more than 2,500 entries
This year I spent some time in the judging room and got to see first hand how the selection is made. Read more…
21 August 2013 by Lisa
I’ve been listening again to the words of Sarah Pickstone, the artist who won the John Moores Painting Prize in 2012.
Call for entries for this prestigious painting have come around again so it means we always look back to who the last winner was, as we also look forward to discovering the next winner in 2014! Read more…
14 March 2013 by Lisa
Following Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle’s visit to the Museum of Liverpool yesterday, we have a little competition for you to enter.
During her visit, Beth signed a copy of the fabulous Museum of Liverpool book, Liverpool- the Story of a City. The book is illustrated with the collections in the Museum and celebrates Liverpool’s rich history and the people who have made the city what it is today. Beth is undoubtedly one of those individuals, as shown in her dedication and relentless determination. Read more…