The Sculpture of Language
This summer Tate Liverpool opened The Sculpture of Language, curated by Carol Ann Duffy. Opening from 11 June 2010, Duffy's multi-layered and poetic display explores the numerous ways in which artists have engaged with language through their own art, and includes a new poem which the public can re-arrange on a giant magnetic board.
DLA Piper Series: This is Sculpture takes an ambitious and revolutionary look at the history of modern and contemporary sculpture. The display examines and questions the trajectory of artistic innovation in twentieth-century art and beyond.
Sculpture in the form of object, installation, assemblage and ready-made will sit alongside more surprising forms, such as painting, video, photography, language and performance
Click here or call Tate Liverpool on 0151 702 7400 for more information,
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