Brand new display of DLA Piper Series: Constellations

Giant 3 Way Plug by Claes Oldenburg (right), Space Displace Koan by Liliane Lijn (left)

Brand new display of DLA Piper Series: Constellations, 2nd Floor at Tate Liverpool now on.

In the new Constellations, artworks are presented around ‘trigger works’ by Richard Hamilton, Louise Bourgeouis, Joseph Beuys and Cindy Sherman to reveal the connections between works of art aross time and location of origin, such as a Grayson Perry’s ceramic work linking with a Cindy Sherman’s photograph.

More than 180 artworks from the Tate Collection featuring pieces by iconic artists including Sir Peter Blake, Louise Bourgeois, Marcel Duchamp, Nam June Paik, Eduardo Paolozzi, and Grayson Perry are on display, many of which have never been shown at Tate before.

A key highlight of the new exhibits are the work of British pop artists each exploring American culture and society of the 1960s, from its consumer culture to the space race with the Soviet Union (USSR). 

Well worth a visit and it’s Free!

The cone shaped installation on the left is Liliane Lijn’s ‘Space Displace Koan’ from 1969 (see the image above) you can see a short video of it in action on our Instagram page. View video on Instagram ⇒

 

Venus of the Rags by Michelangelo Pistoletto
Venus of the Rags by Michelangelo Pistoletto
'BUNK' Portfolio by Eduardo Paolozzi
‘BUNK’ Portfolio by Eduardo Paolozzi
Pauline Boty, 1938-1966. The Only Blonde in the World 1963. © The estate of Pauline Boty
Pauline Boty, 1938-1966. The Only Blonde in the World 1963. © The estate of Pauline Boty
Joe Tilson, born 1928 Transparency I: Yuri Gagarin 12 April 1961 1968 © Joe Tilson. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2015
Joe Tilson, born 1928
Transparency I: Yuri Gagarin 12 April 1961 1968
© Joe Tilson. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2015
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