A Sense of Perspective at Tate Liverpool

2 of the young Tate curators - Sarah Creed and Rauf Rashidi with Olafur Eliasson's Yellow Versus Purple
2 of the young Tate curators - Sarah Creed and Rauf Rashidi with Olafur Eliasson's Yellow Versus Purple

This is an interesting exhibition of works from the massive Tate collection curated by members of Young Tate.

The process started in 2009 with several young members (aged 16-25) and Tate staff inolved along the way. It is part of the Youth Art Interchange Phase II, a European partnership project led by young people from four galleries across Europe.

I like the choice of works and enjoyed the statements that accompamy each work. I’ve seen quite a few of the works before but it’s always good to walk on some Carl Andre tiles and there’s also a couple of works being shown for the first time in the UK such as Rosângela Renno’s installation Experiencing Cinema which has projections of found images onto an intermittent steam curtain – interesting.

A Sense of Perspective. Curated by Young Tate. 1 April – 5 June 2011 in the Wolfson Gallery at Tate Liverpool.

Venus Forge 1980 - Carl Andre
Venus Forge 1980 - Carl Andre

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Cocon du Vide by Chen Zhen and Standing Man by Michelangelo Pistoletto

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