Tate Liverpool for Liverpool Biennial 2016

Polly Checkland Harding
Statue of Apollo Sauroktonos. © Tate Liverpool, Roger Sinek

Tate Liverpool for Liverpool Biennial 2016 at Tate Liverpool, Waterfront, 9 July–16 October 2016, free entry - Visit now

Visit Tate Liverpool during the Liverpool Biennial and you’ll find a floor of the gallery transformed into Ancient Greece, with a mix of old and new; the exhibition is preoccupied with the ‘accidental hermaphrodites’ that sometimes resulted from none-too-sensitive restoration of Greek statues in the 1800s, where parts from male statues were used on female, and vice versa.

Classical sculptures are interspersed with newly commissioned artworks including a domestic mural by Betty Woodman, complete with 3D ceramic objects.

Tate Liverpool for Liverpool Biennial 2016 at Tate Liverpool, Waterfront

9 July–16 October 2016
Free entry