Where in the city would you take a Biennial artist?

Posted on 12 January 2016 by Liverpool Biennial

Exploring Granby Four Streets. Photo courtesy of Rob Battersby.

Exploring Granby Four Streets. Photo courtesy of Rob Battersby.

From The Old Blind School to the half-submerged shoreline of Crosby Beach, at Liverpool Biennial we often work in unusual places. This year’s festival will be no exception. Where in the city would you take a Biennial artist? – Read more

​The Process Behind… Working with Biennial Artists

Posted on 16 December 2015

We’re very excited to have 37 international artists now confirmed for Liverpool Biennial 2016. But how did we arrive at next year’s line-up? We talked to our Head of Programmes Rosie Cooper in order to gain an insight into some of the thinking that has shaped the artist selection process, and the wider festival, so far. – Read more

How It All Began: Discover the Voices Behind the Making of Evertro

Posted on 9 October 2015 by Liverpool Biennial

Evertro, the first glow-in-the-dark wheels park in the UK, launched in October 2015 but has been years in the making. Liverpool-based artist Gregory Herbert discovers the stories and speaks to the people behind this new public artwork – from skaters to local residents. – Read more

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