Tate Liverpool presents the first UK retrospective of work by Edward Krasiński (1925–2004), one of the most significant Eastern European artists of the 20th century. Presenting works from over fifty years, the exhibition spans the artist’s career bringing together a range of his iconic sculptures, interventions and installations.

From early works made in the 1960s to installations made in the 2000s, the exhibition will emphasise his experimental approach to art and exhibition making. The highlights of the show include his suspended sculptures from 1964-65 that often appear gravity defying in their combination of invisible wires, visual puns and trickery, together with re-stagings of a major groups of his Interventions from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.