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    In Pursuit of Repetitive Beats Coming To FACT Liverpool. Image courtesy of the artist and East City Films

    Experience A Virtual Reality Joyride Into The Heart of The Acid House Movement at FACT This Spring

    To coincide with Eurovision celebrations, FACT Liverpool has announced the arrival of In Pursuit of Repetitive Beats, a multi-sensory virtual reality rave experience taking place from 20 April to 15 May. Created by immersive artist Darren Emerson, the euphoric, interactive adventure transports audiences to the heart of the Acid House movement, taking visitors back to the heyday of the UK’s Acid House scene. Combining the latest in VR technology with 3D modelling, archive materials, 360° video,…

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    LuYang NetiNeti at Zabludowicz Collection. Installation View. Photo David Bebber

    Step Into The Fantastical Worlds of LuYang In new Exhibition At FACT

    This spring, renowned multimedia artist, LuYang, presents a free, immersive exhibition at FACT Liverpool. LuYang Arcade Liverpool transforms the gallery into a retro-futuristic arcade, complete with vibrant graphics and interactive gaming consoles. Displaying a collection of LuYang’s previous works, including both video and gaming installations, the showcase centres around the ambitious Material World Knight (2018 – 2020) project. LuYang Arcade Liverpool is the Tokyo-based artist’s first UK solo exhibition outside of the capital. Combining animation, live-action cos-play, video games, and specially…

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    The Art Explora Mobile Museum in collaboration with Tate and Mumo. Photo Peter Byrne PA Wire

    Art Explora Launches Mobile Museum With Tate Liverpool

    Tate has joined forces with the international art foundation, Art Explora to launch the Mobile Museum in the UK, taking masterpieces from its collection out of its store to communities across the Liverpool City Region on a 10-week tour until 29 April 2023. The Art Explora Mobile Museum in collaboration with Tate and MuMo, aims to make great art accessible to everyone. The tour will bring works from Tate’s collection directly to communities in St Helens,…

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    FACT 2023-24 Programme - LuYan - Photo Credit -David Bebber

    FACT Reveals 2023-24 Programme

    Liverpool’s creative arts hub, FACT, has revealed its upcoming programme for 2023-2024. The programme also celebrates their 20th anniversary. For 2023 – 24 FACT’s line-up of immersive exhibitions and art experiences will be shaped by artists’ practices rooted in hope and joy. From ‘living on the internet’ to occupying space, artists share their reimaginings of a ‘better’ world where we hold a deeper understanding of each other. From a retro-futuristic arcade to an Acid House…

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    Equalise Nightlife Art Exhibition

    Equalise Nightlife: Exhibition Exploring Femininity, Sexuality & Gender Relations In Drinking Culture

    A new art exhibition, Equalise Nightlife, is launching on Monday 27 February, which explores women and LGBTQ+ people’s experiences of alcohol and nightlife spaces such as bars and clubs. The Equalise Nightlife project is a programme of research, led by Dr Amanda Marie Atkinson, with research support from Beth Meadows. Taking an intersectional feminist perspective, it investigated how drinking and nightlife are experienced unequally and are influenced by alcohol brand and nightlife venue marketing. The…

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    The Wrong Sex Exhibition - Artist Fanchon Fröhlich

    ‘The Wrong Sex’: Exhibition For ‘Forgotten’ Liverpool Artist

    A major exhibition of a forgotten female artist opening this month in Liverpool marks the start of a reappraisal of her work which was largely disregarded because she was “the wrong sex”. While the world is very familiar with many of her male contemporaries like Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko or Willem de Kooning, Fanchon Fröhlich, an American-born Liverpool artist has been long underappreciated because – she was a woman. The exhibition, The Wrong Sex, a world premiere…

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    Coalescence at Liverpool Cathedral

    ‘Coalescence’ Huge Sculpture Suspended From Ceiling At Liverpool Cathedral As Artist Shines A Light On Energy Consumption

    Thousands of pieces of coal are suspended from the ceiling at Liverpool Cathedral as part of a monumental artwork, created by internationally acclaimed British designer Paul Cocksedge. The Coalescence art installation, which makes its world debut at Liverpool Cathedral, opens today (9 February) and runs until 12 March.   Spanning six metres in diameter, the thought-provoking artwork is made up of over half a tonne of coal, creating a visual representation of how much power it takes to keep a…

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    Acclaimed British Designer Paul Cocksedge - Coalescence Artwork at Liverpool Cathedral

    Liverpool Cathedral To Collaborate With Internationally Acclaimed British Designer As Plans For A Stunning Artwork Are Unveiled 

    Liverpool Cathedral is set to host the world debut of a spectacular art installation called Coalescence, created by award-winning British designer Paul Cocksedge, whose work is celebrated around the globe. The breathtaking artwork, which is free to experience, will open on 9 February and run until 12 March.  Visitors will be invited to admire the extraordinary sculpture, which will be illuminated and suspended from the magnificent Gothic ceiling of the Grade I listed building, as…

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    Veronica Ryan Wins Turner Prize 2022

    The Turner Prize 2022 has been awarded to Veronica Ryan. The £25,000 prize was presented by musician Holly Johnson during a live broadcast on the BBC. A further £10,000 is awarded to each of the other shortlisted artists.  The jury congratulated all four nominated artists for their strong and varied presentations which have offered visitors a rich sensory experience. All have pushed the boundaries of material exploration through unravelling the complexities of body, nature and…

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    Art Exhibitions in Liverpool 2023 - Return of the Gods

    Unmissable Art Exhibitions & Events To Catch In Liverpool In 2023

    Liverpool City is steeped in history, culture and art – with countless amazing exhibitions coming up in 2023. There is something for everyone from January right through to December, whether its for pleasure, inspiration, or just a day out. Here’s some of the coolest art exhibitions lined up for 2023. Art of the TerracesWalker Art Gallery | 5 Nov 2022 – 12 Mar 2023 Up to the early Spring of 2023, Walker Art Gallery will…

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    Free Digital Art Exhibition

    Free Digital Art Exhibition At LMA In The Metquarter

    Liverpool will have its first free Digital Art Exhibition highlighting some of the city’s leading artists with work on the Blockchain on Tuesday 29 November at LMA, one of the fastest growing creative institutions in the UK, in the Metquarter. The exhibition is brought to the city by NFT Public Relations, who has been hosting monthly meet-ups and exhibitions since February of this year, and building a like-minded community to discuss the ever-evolving digital art…

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    dot-art The Liverpool Collection 2022

    The Liverpool Collection 2022: An Exhibition by dot-art Members

    dot-art’s The Liverpool Collection is an exhibition packed with artistic perspectives on the beautiful city of Liverpool. As our bustling and vibrant city returns to pre-pandemic times, so does a sense of normality. But as we know, things are never stable, as demonstrated on the political and economic stage over recent months. We hope Christmas joy and a sense of reflection as we wrap up 2022 will be found for visitors in dot-art’s annual Liverpool…

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    Made of Stars Art Exhibition Liverpool

    Don’t Miss ‘Made Of Stars’: An Immersive Journey Of Inspiring Stories

    Made of Stars is an immersive journey taking place in various locations around Liverpool this autumn. Created by a community of local artists who have taken refuge in Liverpool, the 30-foot pyramid art installation is the setting for an encapsulating exploration into humanity in the modern world. This is an experience that draws upon human senses and emotions. It intertwines the inspirational stories of 14 refugee artists; what is most poignant about their stories is…

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    The Interior, New Exhibition at dot-art Gallery (29 July – 17 September)

    The Interior exhibition, at dot-art Gallery, features two contrasting Liverpool artists; Ali Hunter with her inky and illustrative works on paper and Lorna Morris who creates immense realism in her tranquil oil paintings. Both artists, though different in style, do share one thing: their subject matter of “The Interior”. Highlighting sanctuaries, reading nooks and often overlooked spots in our own abodes, these art works celebrate the ordinary and moments of stillness in a room of…

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    Candice Breitz: Love Story Coming To Tate Liverpool (11 July 2022 – 14 May 2023)

    Candice Breitz considers global scale of the refugee crisis and whose voices we are willing to listen to in Love Story at Tate Liverpool. From 11 July, Tate Liverpool will present Candice Breitz’s Love Story 2016 for the first time in the UK. Her highly topical, thought-provoking, seven-channel installation considers whose voices we are willing to listen to in a media-saturated world. Does our need to be entertained harm our ability to pay attention? How does the manner in which…

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    dot-art x Open Eye Gallery Photography Exhibition - Chun-Mei-Wang-White

    dot-art x Open Eye Gallery Analogue Photography Competition Exhibition 2022

    dot-art teamed up with Open Eye Gallery in March 2022 to create an Analogue Photography Competition for both amateur and professional photographers based in the North West. There will now be an exhibition of analogue images from the competition submissions, runners up and winner. This collaboration was to platform and celebrate local film photography and the dot-art Darkroom, established in the past year in the historic Cotton Exchange building. The Darkroom is equipped to process…

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    Tate Liverpool Exterior

    Tate Liverpool Joins UK’s Largest Ever Showcase of Disabled Artists

    On 2 July, Tate Liverpool will join 29 museums and galleries across the UK to host We Are Invisible We Are Visible (WAIWAV), presented by DASH, the disabled-led visual arts organisation.  Alistair Gentry will be creating work in the galleries modifying reproductions of pictures in the Tate collection to highlight the absence of representation of the disabled population within art. Titled 25% Rectification, Gentry’s intervention references the fact that nearly a quarter of people in…

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    Make Thread Art and T-Shirts

    Pop-up Artist Exhibition: Make Thread Collaborates With Liverpool’s Most Iconic Artists

    Make Thread has recently collaborated with Liverpool’s most iconic artists such as Neil Keating, John Culshaw, Jazz Stan, and May Illustrates to make their art into sustainable fashion. So, to celebrate this collaboration, they have launched an exclusive pop-up shop and art exhibition in 92 Degrees cafe where the designs will be available to buy. ARTISTS! Neil Keating, Jazz Stan, John Culshaw & May Illustrates. The iconic artists have provided us with art across our…

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    Dark Waters Exhibition Coming to Tate Liverpool September 2022

    Dark Waters Exhibition Coming To Tate Liverpool This Autumn

    JMW Turner with Lamin Fofana: Dark Waters focuses on the power and politics of the sea. Tate Liverpool’s location on the city’s waterfront, combined with the city’s maritime history, provides the perfect context for us to consider Turner (1775–1851) afresh. Conveying the intensity and diversity of life on the ocean, Turner’s work will be presented for the first time within an immersive sound environment created by artist Lamin Fofana (b.1982). Almost a third of Turner’s work…

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    Traces Through The Landscape, New Exhibition At dot-art Gallery

    Traces Through The Landscape, New Exhibition At dot-art Gallery

    ‘Traces Through The Landscape’ is a solo exhibition at dot-art Gallery by Amanda Oliphant, featuring a new body of work exploring the emotions and ideas the landscape can conjure when walking through it. Amanda Oliphant graduated with a BA (Hons) degree in Fine Art at LJMU followed by an MA in Art as Environment at MMU. As an Interdisciplinary Artist, working nationally and internationally, her interests lie within the changing landscape of Art and Ecologies.…