Liverpool Mountain

Ugo Rondinone
October 23, 2018 – October 23, 2020

Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, 2018

Painted stone, stainless steel

435 cm x 1021 cm x 195 cm

 

Exhibition view: Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, 2018

 

Photo: © Rob Battersby

Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, 2018

Painted stone, stainless steel

435 cm x 1021 cm x 195 cm

 

Exhibition view: Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, 2018

 

Photo: © Rob Battersby

Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, 2018

Painted stone, stainless steel

435 cm x 1021 cm x 195 cm

 

Exhibition view: Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, 2018

 

Photo: © Rob Battersby

Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, 2018

Painted stone, stainless steel

435 cm x 1021 cm x 195 cm

 

Exhibition view: Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, 2018

 

Photo: © Rob Battersby

Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, 2018

Painted stone, stainless steel

435 cm x 1021 cm x 195 cm

 

Exhibition view: Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, 2018

 

Photo: © Rob Battersby

Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, 2018

Painted stone, stainless steel

435 cm x 1021 cm x 195 cm

 

Exhibition view: Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, 2018

 

Photo: © Rob Battersby

Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, 2018

Painted stone, stainless steel

435 cm x 1021 cm x 195 cm

 

Exhibition view: Ugo Rondinone, Liverpool Mountain, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, 2018

 

Photo: © Rob Battersby

Liverpool Mountain

Ugo Rondinone
Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
October 23, 2018 – October 23, 2020
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Liverpool Mountain is Swiss-artist Ugo Rondinone’s first public artwork in the UK and the first of its kind in Europe. Inspired by naturally occurring Hoodoos (spires or pyramids of rock) and the art of meditative rock balancing, this 10-metre high sculpture stands within Mermaid Courtyard, outside Tate Liverpool on the Royal Albert Dock Liverpool. It consists of coloured rocks, stacked vertically which seem to defy gravity.

 

This outdoor sculpture marks the 10th anniversary of Liverpool European Capital of Culture, the 20th anniversary of Liverpool Biennial and the 30th anniversary of Tate Liverpool.

 

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