LIVERPOOL BIENNIAL: THE STOMACH AND THE PORT
Liverpool Biennial is the largest festival of contemporary art in the UK, with free exhibitions taking place across the city’s public spaces, galleries, museums and online from March 20 – June 6, 2021. The 11th edition of the Biennial, The Stomach and the Port, looks at the body and ways of connecting with the world.When Tate Liverpool reopens, visitors can see new work by Jamaican-born artist Ebony G. Patterson. Featuring sculptures and an eye-catching wallpaper, Patterson’s work looks back at historical representations of marginalized groups, including Black communities and women. Also on display are works by other prominent feminist artists including Linder, Judy Chicago, and Jutta Koether. Linder and Chicago both use confrontational imagery to explore the representation of women and their bodies, as well as critiquing gender roles. Works by Ithell Colquhoun (1906-1988), one of the most important figures in British surrealism, will also be on display.
Martine Syms in the Liverpool Biennial at Tate Liverpool
Martine Syms Borrowed Lady 2016 was acquired by the Tate’s North American Acquisitions Committee in 2020.Learn more.
Belkis Ayon in Whose Tradition? at Tate Liverpool
Belkis Ayon The Supper 1991 was acquired in 2018 by the Latin American Acquisitions Committee with additional support from The Cowles Charitable Trust. Learn more.
1 April 2021