Thursday 21 April – Saturday 21 May 2016. Roxy and Paddy have been celebrating, sorry *collaborating since 2008 and have just completed a year long residency in Roswell, New Mexico, USA. Got Worms? is their first solo show together in Liverpool. They are wonderful people.
Thursday 3 March - Saturday 30 April 2016. "Combining visual and narrative works based on life events. Join me on a journey through thoughts and observations I've made along the way."
Saturday 23 April - Saturday 28 May 2016. This exhibition will feature designer makers whose works have been inspired by Japan, its imagery, craft techniques and culture. The exhibition will examine how a sense of place can influence us as individuals and how this is reflected in artworks we create.
Saturday 9 April - Sunday 19 June 2016. Double Act: Art and Comedy explores how comedy helps us to shape meaning and negotiate the complexities of everyday life. Drawing together artists from diverse cultural and political contexts, each of whom share an interest in humour as a resource to animate their art practice.
Saturday 23 April - Saturday 11 June 2016. Artists Greg Fuller, Jason Hicklin and Tracy Hill will produce new work developed from different locations along the Mersey each bringing their own unique perspective.
Saturday 16 April – Saturday 25 June 2016. Nick Sharratt, the man behind the instantly recognisable illustrations for Jacqueline Wilson’s Tracy Beaker books, is now the subject of a colourful, interactive, humorous and hands-on exhibition.
Thursday 11 February - Thursday 12 May 2016. An exhibition by Liverpool based artist Catherine Harrison. Includes a series of pen and ink drawings influenced by ancient alchemical symbolism and philosophy.
Wednesday 23 - Thursday 31 March and Wednesday 13 - Friday 29 April 2016. The exhibition includes original paintings by Brian Burgess, Fred Wilde, Frank Hendry, T Weddel, E Scott Jones, East European lino and wood cut prints, signed prints of Liverpool scenes by Doug Kewley and Peter Shaw and a diverse collection of other works by East European and other local.
Until Saturday 14 May 2016. Original work and prints from Peter Macaulay.
From Saturday 30 April 2016. A series of most recent and intriguing abstract oil paintings on canvas, next to a selection of mixed media with drawings and smoke reduced Raku ceramics wall sculptures from Liverpool fine artist Nicole Bartos.
Thursday 7 April 2016 - Saturday 7 May 2016. Working in pastel, he captures the vibrancy and eccentricity of his subjects in a blur of movement and colour. Dancers and musicians, as usual, feature as the main characters, placed in Liverpool locations with the occasional sinister visitor.
Friday 8 April 2016 - Sunday 1 May 2016. Scouse Roots tells the story of the artists’ roots in the city, and Liverpool’s influence on digital creativity, exploring empowerment through digital design in computer based and generative art from two generations.
Saturday 12 March – Sunday 12 June 2016. unfold is a major new commission by acclaimed Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa, exploring the birth and evolution of stars in a groundbreaking immersive and tactile audiovisual installation. This unique sensory experience will be part of Kurokawa’s first ever solo exhibition in the UK, premiering at FACT.
Friday 8 April - Monday 16 May. A selection of sign-inspired artworks by Dave Wakely
Monday 25 January – Saturday 14 May 2016. Huyton Gallery presents this exciting solo exhibition of work by local artist, Leslie Briggs. Les is a self-taught artist who has lived in Kirkby all his life. As a local artist, this exhibition of work shows a wide range of paintings exploring places and faces that feature in Les’s life.
From 3 October 2014 until further notice. Learn about the struggle of Merseyside's Black community to obtain racial equality and social justice from post war Britain to the 1980s.
From April 2015 - Until Further Notice. Nigerian photographer George Osodi has spent more than six years documenting the injustices occurring in the Niger Delta, a region rich in natural resources and beauty.
Monday 15 February – Saturday 7 May 2016. A Select exhibition from the Arts Council Collection featuring work made during the 60s and 70s by leading British artists.
Friday 18 March to Sunday 5 June 2016. A diverse selection of works including paintings, prints, ceramic and textile art. A variety of groups worked closely with the Lady Lever and local artists, including the Singh Twins
Wednesday 30 March - Sunday 15 May 2016. “The Stations of the Resurrection is far less well known or, indeed, established than the Stations of the Cross, perhaps this extra layer of mystery appealed. Certainly Liverpool Cathedral being the Cathedral Church of the Risen Christ made the idea of the project feel right.”
From Friday 3 July 2015 - TBC. Celebrates the people, ships, and events that have linked Cunard and Liverpool together for 175 years since the Cunard Line was created.
Until Further Notice. A lifejacket, a shoe belonging to a child, and letters from survivors are some of the items on show as the museum remembers the loss of the Lusitania.
Wednesday 25 November 2015 - Sunday 19 June 2016. Marking the 300th anniversary of the city’s Old Dock - the world’s first commercial wet dock– this exhibition covers the period from the 18th century up to the present day.
21 October 2015 - Sunday 25 September 2016. This display of rarely seen images from the Museum of Liverpool's collections shows snapshots of Liverpool children's experiences of growing up over time.
Until further notice. Two new items from the Museum of Liverpool’s collection are on public display in the Wondrous Place gallery from 5 April to mark the anniversary of the 1989 Hillsborough tragedy, on 15 April.
From 1 September 2015 Until further notice. In 2011 the Museum of Liverpool invited people to create an outfit, in miniature, that showcased a 'Liverpool look'. People from all over Merseyside took part.
Friday 24 July 2015 – Sunday 5 June 2016. This is an exhibition by Lee Karen Stow, remembering women in times of war from the First World War to the present day.
Friday 11 March 2016 – Sunday 29 January 2017. Displaying around 40 original film posters, this exhibition will throw the spotlight on Liverpool’s cinematic history. As the most-filmed city in the UK outside of London, Reel Stories will explore numerous themes to demonstrate Liverpool’s ability to take on a leading role.
Friday 15 April - Sunday 5 June 2016. The second exhibition in the Open series presents six new and early career artists predominantly from the North whose work came to us through submissions and expressions of interest. Open provides a platform for displaying new work and a forum for discussion thanks to a rich programme of public events unfolding throughout the duration of the exhibition.
Saturday 30 April - Saturday 11 June 2016. ‘Eleanor, an Inspirational Woman’ exhibition is the art work of ten women artists influenced by the life and work of Eleanor Rathbone. The work on show includes paintings, ceramics, poetry and sculpture.
Friday 1 April - Saturday 30 April 2016. Estuary Light by Christine Holmes. An exhibition of mainly watercolours of the Wirral coast.
From Friday 25 March 2016. Dazzling 1930s evening gowns take centre stage in the 'Putting on the Glitz' exhibition, revealing how the glitz and glamour of Hollywood was reflected in the fashions of the period. Featuring 20 outfits from National Museums Liverpool’s fashion collection.
Ongoing - FREE. Tate Liverpool unveils a new display of more than 180 artworks featuring pieces by iconic artists
Spring 2015 – December 2016 - Tate Liverpool have co-commissioned one of the major figures of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake, to ‘dazzle’ a Mersey Ferry
Friday 20 November 2015 – Monday 2 May 2016. Tate Liverpool presents one of the most iconic works ever made by Henri Matisse – The Snail 1953.With a dditional Matisse works from Tate’s collection.
Saturday 6 February 2016 - Sunday 15 May 2016. A new exhibition from Birkdale resident Derek Culley who has had his work exhibited internationally as well as the UK. His style includes strong chiaroscuro, heavy impasto, vigorous brushwork and direct, expressive handling, in which Celtic imagery and associations are important.
Saturday 20 February 2016 - Sunday 22 May 2016. A Hayward Touring and Arts Council Collection exhibition, curated by Jennifer Higgie. A new Arts Council Collection exhibition of paintings of the figure is being exhibited at The Atkinson, Southport in February, curated by Jennifer Higgie, co-editor of frieze magazine.
Friday 29 January - end date TBC. 'Make Your Mark' series can be looked at as an opportunity to be bold, make a stand & be proud of who you are. It focuses on individual’s journeys and exploration of mark marking processes, where initial fears are challenged expressively and cathartically by engaging with material and play.
Friday 29 April – Monday 2 May 2016, 11.00 – 18.00. Liverpool Art Fair is free to visit and takes place over the early May bank holiday weekend, aiming to showcase a wide range of affordable original art, break down barriers and develop the art market in the city region. It provides a unique insight into the area’s creative talent and offers the opportunity for everyone to own their own piece of the Liverpool art world.
Saturday 30 April – Friday 3 June 2016. Showcasing the exciting work of graduating students from the University Centre’s BA (Hons) Photography, Graphic Design, Fine Art Painting and Game Art degree programmes.
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