Tate Liverpool welcomes new exhibition, Radical Landscapes

05th May, 2022

From today, visitors to Tate Liverpool can discover a brand new exhibition, labelled Radical Landscapes.

The exhibition focuses on a century of landscape art revealing the never before told social and culture history of Britain, through themes of trespass, land use and climate emergency. The exhibition reconsiders landscape art as a progressive genre, with artists drawing new meanings from the land to present it as a heartland for ideas of freedom, mysticism, experimentation and rebellion.

Including over 150 works, visitors will see ‘Back to the Fields’, an immersive installation from Ruth Ewan that brings the gallery to life through a living installation of plants, farming tools and the fruits of the land. 

This will be accompanied by a new commission from Davinia-Ann Robinson, whose practice explores the relationship between Black, Brown and Indigenous soil conservation practices and what she terms as Colonial Nature Environments.

Radical Landscapes is available from 5 May - 4 September.