TATE Liverpool
Celebrate the Tate collective
by highlighting artists
aged between 16-25

We are continuing our #celebration of our @tatecollective launch by highlighting artists aged between 16-25. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ Rudolf Schwarzkogler was an Austrian #performance artist closely associated with the #VienneseActionismGroup. He performed his first actionist work with Otto Mühl in 1964 when he was 24 years old. This work was photographed a year later and is featured in our #free Constellations display. ⠀ ⠀⠀ If you’re 16-25, join #TateCollective for free to access £5 exhibition tickets, #free events, creative opportunities and discounts across @tate. ⠀ ⠀ Rudolf Schwarzkogler, 3rd Action 1965, printed early 1970s © The estate of Rudolf Schwarzkogler, courtesy Gallery Krinzinger. #TateLiverpool

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Rudolf Schwarzkogler was an Austrian performance artist closely associated with the VienneseActionismGroup. He performed his first actionist work with Otto Mühl in 1964 when he was 24 years old. This work was photographed a year later and is featured in the TATE free Constellations display. ⠀

We are continuing our celebration of our @tatecollective launch by highlighting artists aged between 16-25. ⠀ ⠀ Francesca Woodman started taking photographs when she was 13 years old. This photograph was taken when she was aged 19. Although her career was short, Woodman produced over 800 black and white photographs and, since her death, her work has been the subject of much critical acclaim and attention. See this photograph in our upcoming exhibition Life in Motion: Egon Schiele/ Francesca Woodman, which opens 24 May 2018. ⠀ ⠀ If you’re 16-25, join #TateCollective for free to access £5 exhibition tickets, including this upcoming exhibition at #TateLiverpool, #free events, creative opportunities and discounts across @tate. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ Francesca Woodman, From Angel Series, Roma, September 1977 1977, Tate / National Galleries of Scotland © Courtesy of Charles Woodman #LifeInMotion

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Francesca Woodman started taking photographs when she was 13 years old. This photograph was taken when she was aged 19. Although her career was short, Woodman produced over 800 black and white photographs and, since her death, her work has been the subject of much critical acclaim and attention.

To celebrate the launch of our @tatecollective scheme, we are highlighting the work of artists aged between 16-25. ⠀ ⠀ This photograph is one in a series by Karen Knorr and Olivier Richon called Punks, which was taken when Knorr was aged 22 and Richon aged 20. Punks was first exhibited at @thephotographersgallery in 1978 and depicts London’s rebellious punk scene during the 1970s. See this photograph in our free Constellations display. ⠀⠀ ⠀ If you’re 16-25, join #TateCollective for free to access £5 exhibition tickets, #free events, creative opportunities and discounts across @tate. ⠀ ⠀ Karen Knorr, Olivier Richon, Roxy from the Punks series 1976 © Karen Knorr and Olivier Richon. #TateLiverpool

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This photograph is one in a series by Karen Knorr and Olivier Richon called Punks, which was taken when Knorr was aged 22 and Richon aged 20. Punks was first exhibited at @thephotographersgallery in 1978 and depicts London’s rebellious punk scene during the 1970s