Event Highlights at Liverpool Waterfront

"Abstraction into the World"

Admission £11 Concessions £8.25 (includes voluntary gift aid donation and admission to Mohamadi)

Dutch painter Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) was one of the most important contributors to the development of abstract art at the beginning of the 20th century. This brand new exhibition, which commemorates the 70th anniversary of the artist's death, provides fresh insights into Mondrian's practice and explores his relationship with architecture and urbanism.

Discover the intriguing work of Indian artist Nasreen Mohamedi (1937-1990). Born in Karachi and raised in Mumbai, Mohamedi is now considered to be one of the most significant artists within the modernist tradition, with her work receiving great critical acclaim internationally in recent years. This is the largest solo show of her work in the UK to date, and includes painting, drawing and photography.

Admission £11 Concessions £8.25 (includes voluntary gift aid donation and admission to Mondrian)

A tour which explores Liverpool's international reputation as the pre-eminent gateway for shipping, trade and the movement of people leaving one continent to find new lives in another.

The spaces are ideal for shows, product launches, performances and exhibitions.

Free exhibition, event and performance space is now available in Mann Island, Liverpool's most prestigious new address.

Mann Island, on Liverpool's World Heritage site, is next to the popular Museum of Liverpool, the Three Graces, the Albert Dock, the famous Mersey Ferries, and the Beatles Story. It offers a unique and exceptional location for any event.

These locations are free of charge, though subject to availability.

For more information or to submit a request to use one of the
spaces, please contact Claire Donovan on 0151 707 7708.

Features more than one hundred works, many never seen before at Tate Liverpool and takes a fresh look at the links between artworks across time and location of origin.

To mark the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic, this compelling exhibition explores Liverpool's central role in the Titanic story.  The exhibition features previously unseen collections of international significance including material from Merseyside Maritime Museum's extensive archives.

Told from perspectives of key personalities in the drama, the exhibition gives a unique insight into events surrounding the launch, voyage, the sinking and its aftermath. This is an incredible story told from a Liverpool angle.

The American Civil War began on 12 April 1861 and ended in Liverpool on 6 November 1865, when the last Confederate warship 'CSS Shenandoah' surrendered in the Mersey. It resulted in the abolition of slavery in the United States. Letters displayed to mark the 150th anniversary.