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1 down, 49 to go. This was always going to be the first wish to get crossed off as it was always my plan to go on New Year’s Day so whilst the rest of the world slept away their hangovers I was cruising on an empty M62 & browsing around an almost empty Tate Liverpool.
I loved the Warhol exhibition but also found the adjoining Bender quite interesting and almost prophetic. In the lower galleries there’s an interesting exhibition called Constellations which clusters art based on word clouds that were crowd sourced from people’s reaction to the individual works. The ground floor has the Service Library exhibition which I went in last and was probably my least favourite; although, there was lots of Maths to be found in here:
I’ll leave you with a couple of snaps from a drizzly and windy Albert Dock, you’ll be pleased to know I survived the gales and hammering rain on the motorway to get home safely!
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