AboutThis new display of art from Tate's collection links the institutional space of the museum to the familiar interior of the home. The works on display allude to the central role of domestic space in our lives and its representation as a subject matter for artists.
This collection is curated as part of the 8th Liverpool Biennial Exhibition, A Needle Walks into a Haystack, which presents artists who disrupt and reconfigure the habits and habitats that surround them by exploring themes of the domestic in a gallery setting. Artists featured include Ivor Abrahams, Naum Gabo, Leon Ferrari, Sherrie Levine, Susan Hiller and Gabriel Orozco among others who disrupt and reconfigure the habits and habitats that surround them by exploring themes of the domestic in a gallery setting.
Liverpool Biennial 2014: The UK Biennial of Contemporary Art
Saturday 5 July Sunday 26 October
International art that unfolds across Liverpool's spaces, places and galleries.
The 8th Liverpool Biennial Exhibition, A Needle Walks into a Haystack, is curated by Mai Abu ElDahab and Anthony Huberman. It takes place across the city at venues including public spaces and galleries such as the Bluecoat, FACT and Tate Liverpool. Also featured are the John Moore's Painting Prize, Bloomberg New Contemporaries and shows at Open Eye Gallery and the Exhibition Research Centre. In addition, there will be work by artists and curators throughout the city.
For more information on the biennial programme of events please visit www.biennial.com