Catalog for Tate Liverpool Alice exhibition looks great

Alice in Wonderland Tate Catalog

Tate Publishing, 2011

The catalog for the Tate Liverpool’s Alice in Wonderland exhibition is now for sale on the Tate’s website. Edited by Gavin Delahunty, head of exhibitions and displays at Tate Liverpool, and Christoph Schulz, curator of the exhibition, it reproduces the art of the exhibition in 120 color illustrations. Also included are critical essays by Dame Gillian Beer, Alberto Manguel, and Edward Wakeling, and a new fairy tale by Carol Mavor.

Reviews of the exhibition have been published by Adrian Searle and Mariana Warner in the UK’s Guardian and by Lindsay Duguid in the Financial Times.

Related events at the Liverpool Tate gallery in late November and early January are listed here. The exhibition ends on January 29.




2 comments to Catalog for Tate Liverpool Alice exhibition looks great

  • Des Touches Christiane

    I am an english speaking french lady. My daughter is called Alice . Since she was born I collect all the different books of Alice in wonderland in any language I can find everywhere in the world. The last one is turkish !.
    I would like to know how I could get the book of your exhibition which seems so interesting . I can’t see the price . I have many english friends who live near Liverpool
    So maybe they could order it for me and bring it to me in France when they come . Thanks for answering me .
    C des Touches