Visitors to the gallery will be able to see an exposition of the artist's works, incl. two new large-scale group portraits and eleven individual portraits. The exhibition of paintings is complemented by three films, one of which documents the creation of a new work for Liverpool, as well as paintings created over the past five years, including the London Underground: Brixton Station and Victoria Line 2019, the artist's largest composition to date.
Alisa Nisenbaum (born 1977, Mexico) is a New York-based artist best known for her vibrant large-scale portraits of community groups. Inspired by the dedication of leading Liverpool employees, the artist has created a series of new paintings by NHS employees from Merseyside who have worked tirelessly for their community during the pandemic.