Life in Motion: Egon Schiele / Francesca Woodman | Tate Liverpool | Exhibition | Events | What's on | Things to do


Location:Tate Liverpool

Date:24 May - 23 September 2018

Time:10.00am - 17.50pm


Tate Liverpool presents an exhibition that highlights the expressive nature of the human body, seen through the eyes of two influential and innovative artists. Life in Motion combines the work of radical Austrian expressionist Egon Schiele (1890 – 1918) and American photographer Francesca Woodman (1958 – 1981), and investigates their incredible ability to capture and suggest movement to create dynamic, extraordinary compositions. Working at either end of the twentieth century, Woodman’s photographs help to refocus how we see the work of Schiele, highlighting how the latter’s practices and ideas continue to have a relevance to contemporary art. Renowned for their nude portraits and self-portraits, Schiele and Woodman lay bare their subjects’ raw emotional state and physical tensions in intimate and unapologetic work.

  • Admission £12.50 (£10 Advance booking)
  • Concession £10 (£8 Advance booking)
  • Tate Collective £5 (Online booking only)
  • Under 16s FREE (Collect your free ticket on the day of your visit)
  • Free for Tate members