Tate Liverpool response

Dear Ms Kellett,
Thank you for completing a comments form following your recent visit to Tate Liverpool on 25th March 2012. Your comments are important to us and we use them in the planning of future exhibitions.

I am sorry to read that you didn’t enjoy some of the art works during your visit to the gallery. Tate Liverpool aims to present an interesting, varied and challenging programme of exhibitions and displays that make art more accessible and enjoyable to all. 

We recognise that the gallery has a very varied audience, and accept that at times not all the work on display will be to all of our visitor’s tastes.  We have over 500,000 visitors per year and I think it would be unrealistic of us to expect to please all of our visitors all of the time.  For this reason the exhibition and displays programme changes frequently, to present the very best modern and contemporary art and to reflect the various needs, interests and expectations of our audience. 

Visitor Assistants deliver free talks every day at Tate Liverpool, offering an opportunity for visitors to discuss their thoughts and ask questions. There is a 30 minute talk every day at 13.00 and 10 minute artwork-specific talks every day at 11.00 and 12.00. Visitors who visit the gallery, unsure what to expect, attend these talks and get a lot more out of their visit.

Thanks once again for taking the time to put your comments down on paper.

Yours sincerely,

Lindsey Tetlow


blah blah blah why are it still doesn’t clear my mind why these people are getting paid copious amounts of money for creating nothing but useless not aesthetically pleasing artefacts. I would love to frame all my contents of my waste bin and get paid for that why don’t i because i have more self respect and dignity to call myself an artist if i was to do so.


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