Post Tagged with: "art"

  • View Two Gallery hosts Peter Macaulay Exhibition this Summer

    View Two Gallery hosts Peter Macaulay Exhibition this Summer

    Mathew St art gallery View Two is showing an exhibition of Peter Macaulay’s work throughout the summer months. Macaulay is perhaps one of Merseyside’s least known but certainly most mature and gifted artists. The exhibition features over fifty abstract drawings and paintings inspired from the human figure.

    Peter Macaulay’s joyful …

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  • 3345 Parr Street hosts Anna DiScala Exhibition

    3345 Parr Street hosts Anna DiScala Exhibition

    From Thursday 7th July until September 2011, 3345 Parr Street will host an exhibition of works by Anna DiScala, one of Liverpool’s best selling artists. DiScala is a self-taught artist whose painting career began only six years ago and this exhibition offers a chance the city’s art lovers to catch …

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  • Cultural Feast for Wirral Festival of Firsts

    Cultural Feast for Wirral Festival of Firsts

    The Wirral Festival of Firsts takes place over the weekend 8th-10th July 2011 promising three days of music, art, poetry and theatre in Hoylake (to be repeated, in Oxton, on the 15th-17th July). An army of volunteers is working to make this the biggest cultural event the Wirral peninsula has …

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  • Albert Dock Gives a Big Liverpool Welcome to Rene Magritte

    Albert Dock Gives a Big Liverpool Welcome to Rene Magritte

    In preparation for the arrival of Tate Liverpool’s huge summer exhibition, the Albert Dock has been inspired by the works of the legendary Rene Magritte. During the opening weekend of the exhibition, Dock tenants will be donning the infamous bowler hat in honour of the Belgian Surrealist to welcome the …

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  • Tate Liverpool to exhibit work of surrealist Rene Magritte this Summer

    Tate Liverpool to exhibit work of surrealist Rene Magritte this Summer

    René Magritte (1898–1967) is one of the most revered and popular artists of the 20th century. This summer, Tate Liverpool presents René Magritte: The Pleasure Principle, the biggest exhibition of the Belgian surrealist’s work in England for twenty years.

    Renowned for witty images depicting everyday objects such as apples, bowler …

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  • Markus Soukup Wins The Liverpool Art Prize 2011

    Markus Soukup Wins The Liverpool Art Prize 2011

    The winner of this year’s Liverpool Art Prize is new media, film and sound artist Markus Soukup. Markus will be awarded £2,000 and will also be given the opportunity to show his work at the Walker Art Gallery. Visitors to Metal at Edge Hill Station have also voted on their …

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  • Comedy Legend Ken Dodd to open new exhibition by local sculptor Tom Murphy

    Comedy Legend Ken Dodd to open new exhibition by local sculptor Tom Murphy

    Ken Dodd, one of the most popular Liverpudlians ever, will open the latest exhibition at the Rennies Gallery on Bold St this Friday 6th May. This entertaining evening will feature both sculptures and artwork by local sculptor Tom Murphy and books by local author and columnist David Charters, the theme …

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  • Last chance to follow Liverpool Discovers trail

    Last chance to follow Liverpool Discovers trail

    There’s just one week to go for one of Liverpool’s best loved exhibitions of 2011. Liverpool Discovers is a landmark public art event celebrating the greatest stories seldom told about one of the world’s most interesting and best-loved cities.

    Liverpool, St Helens and Wirral will be animated by a trail …

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  • View Two Gallery presents ‘REVISITED’ by Matt Wilde

    View Two Gallery presents ‘REVISITED’ by Matt Wilde

    Since 2000 Matt Wilde has had four exhibitions at the View Two Gallery. ‘Revisited’ is a comprehensive retrospective prepared by this talented and prolific artist who has been the gallery’s most successful exhibitor. The exhibition will be in place at the Mathew St gallery until Sat 30th April 2011

    After …

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