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Tate Liverpool is one of the largest galleries of modern and contemporary art outside London and is housed in a beautiful converted warehouse in the historic Albert Dock. Part of a family of galleries that include Tate Britain and Tate Modern in London and Tate St Ives in Cornwall, Tate Liverpool is the home of the National Collection of Modern Art in the North. Tate Liverpool displays work selected from the Tate Collection and special exhibitions which bring together artwork loaned from around the world. The exhibitions show modern and contemporary art from 1900 to the present day which includes photography, video and installation as well as painting and sculpture.
There are a wide range of events and family activities which include free introductory tours, exhibition talks and lectures as well as free family events which take place every Sunday afternoon. Tate Shop and Tate Café are open during gallery hours.
All floors are accessible by wheelchair and wheelchairs are available on request.
Gallery, Artist studio or collective, Archive, Festivals
Mon-Sun (including Bank Holiday Mondays) 10.00 - 17.50
Last admission to special exhibitions is at 17.00
Closed 25-26 Dec and Good Friday
Admission free to Tate Collection
Charges for special exhibitions
No permanent collection. Collection displays from the Tate Collection.
Fine Art, Archives, Decorative and Applied Art, Film and Media, Social History, World Cultures, Photography, Music, Performing Arts, Design
Mondrian: Abstraction into the World
- 6 June — 21 September 2014 *on now
Dutch painter Piet Mondrian (1872–1944) was one of the most important contributors to the development of abstract art at the beginning of the 20th century. This brand new exhibition, which commemorates the 70th anniversary of the artist’s death, provides fresh insights into Mondrian’s practice and explores his relationship with architecture and urbanism.
The exhibition focuses on this connection between painting and architecture after Mondrian’s move to Paris in 1911, with a fascinating reconstruction of his Parisian studio being a major highlight. Visitors can explore a life-size replica of the studio, and physically immerse themselves in Mondrian’s world and work
For information on tickets for this exhibition, visit the Tate Liverpool website.