Monday, 25 March 2013

Glam! The Performance of Style

Sorry about my absence last week but I was up to my neck in business! I am back and will be back every Monday. This week I have chosen to talk about the current exhibition on at Tate Liverpool called 'Glam! The Performance of Style' which is on until 12th May 13. I work as part of the Tate Collective, a group of young people who work around the exhibitions to produce a programme for young people. It is a fantastic opportunity and enjoy every second!

The Glam! exhibition is full of what you would expect of an exhibition with a name like that. Bowie fans especially will love this (if like myself you don't have time to go see 'David Bowie is' at the V&A in London yet) and the exhibition contains a fantastic collection of musicians and artists from the 70's. From the androgyny of Andrew Logan's work to the sexualised Warhol films, right down to the glitz and glam of a room full of glitter balls (I don't want to give too much away) it is an exciting and fun exhibition. Here is a selection of work I have found  from the exhibition, however I don't want to tempt you with too much!

Step into Glamscapes from the UK and the US and enjoy what the decade had to offer in terms of art, photography, music and fashion. Definitely a highlight for me in terms of exhibitions so far this year! 

Til next week,


1 comment:

  1. I went today and LOVED all the costumes at the beginning, it's a really fun exhibition!


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