The Corke Gallery is Liverpool’s southern art outpost, based in leafy Aigburth a short train or bus ride away form the city centre.
The gallery stages temporary exhibitions and sells artworks. 2012 saw a long-running exhibition of the works of Martin Greenland, winner of the Liverpool John Moores 24 Painting Prize in 2006. 2011 saw the frontage of the gallery used to display a sculpture made of plastic bottles.
Artists are invited to exhibit at Corke Art Gallery – many from the local area – and most artworks in the gallery can be bought. Parking is limited nearby and the gallery is not within walking distance of the city centre. Check the website for opening times.