Sometimes its nice to step out of your comfort zone and do something a little different…and that’s exactly what I plan to do next month by paying a visit to Tate Liverpool to the gallery’s new exhibit, Transmitting Andy Warhol.
Opening on November 7th till February 8th, the exhibition explores Warhol’s work in the north of England and brings together more than 100 works. Andy Warhol remains one of the most important and influential artists of the Post War period and the central figure associated with pop art.
Warhol is an iconic figure known for his love of art and his influence in popular culture, whether it be fashion, contemporary art or music.
The Tate shall showcase a number of Warhol’s screen prints of Marilyn The Monroe, produced following her untimely death.
The artist may have passed many years ago, however his body of work has lived on and added a new, vibrant dimension to popular culture.
Located on the Albert Dock, Tate Liverpool is a fantastic hub of arts and culture, home to many pieces of modern and contemporary art. It is definitely worth a visit if you’re looking for something to do in the city!
*Image taken from Tate website