Royal Albert Dock
L3 4BB Liverpool
Featuring works such as Ruth Ewan’s Back to the Fields 2015, an installation of live plants, and Jeremy Deller’s green neon Cerne Abbas sculpture, this show expands on the traditional, picturesque portrayals of the landscape, presenting art that reflects the diversity of Britain’s landscape and communities.
Radical Landscapes presents rural spaces as sites of artistic inspiration and action, and a heartland for ideas of freedom, mysticism and rebellion. It explores how artists have reclaimed the landscape as a space to make art for everyone, as well as unearth how the countryside has been shaped by our values and use of the land.
More info: https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-liverpool/exhibition/radical-landscapes
Picture: Installation view of Ruth Ewan Back to the Fields, 2015, Photo credit: Marcus J Leith, Courtesy of Camden Art Centre