Gustav Klimt: Painting, Design and Modern Life in Vienna 1900

30 May  –  31 August 2008

To celebrate 2008 as European Capital of Culture Tate Liverpool is delighted to present the first comprehensive exhibition of Gustav Klimt’s work ever staged in the UK.

The exhibition focuses on the life and art of one of the world’s most influential and revered artists. It will explore Klimt’s role as the founder and leader of the Viennese Secession, a progressive group of artists and artisans. The work and philosophy of the Secession embraced art, architecture, fashion, dazzling decorative objects and furniture in their search for identity.

Major paintings and drawings from all stages of Klimt’s career will be shown alongside the work of Josef Hoffmann, the architect and designer and a close friend of the artist.

All advance tickets for the Gustav Klimt exhibition are now sold out.

A few tickets will be available each day on the door from 9.30.

Tate Members may gain admission by showing their membership card at the exhibition entrance - no need to book.

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