Connecting Art, Food and Nature – Jorge Menna Barreto

Posted on 8 May 2019 by Liverpool Biennial

Jorge Menna Barreto, Restauro (32 Biennial De São Paulo), 2016. Photo: Joelson Bugila

Jorge Menna Barreto, Restauro (32 Biennial De São Paulo), 2016. Photo: Joelson Bugila

Meet Brazilian artist Jorge Menna Barreto, whose site-specific projects investigate our delicate relationship with food, society and nature. – Read more

Place to Women’s Place?

Posted on 8 March 2019 by Liverpool Biennial

Annie Pootoogook, Composition (Women gathering whale meat), 2003-2004 at Humber Street Gallery, Hull. Photo: Rob Battersby

Annie Pootoogook, Composition (Women gathering whale meat), 2003-2004 at Humber Street Gallery, Hull. Photo: Rob Battersby

Reflecting on art’s role in society – and women’s place in art – Kathryn Ogram takes us on a journey through the work being done and presented by women in Hull. – Read more

Taking a Leap of Faith: Performing Suki Seokyeong Kang’s Land Sand Strand

Posted on 22 February 2019 by Liverpool Biennial

Activation of Land Sand Strand at Humber Street Gallery, Hull. Photo: David Cleary

Activation of Land Sand Strand at Humber Street Gallery, Hull. Photo: David Cleary

​What does it feel like to become part of an artwork? Hull resident Sue Clark tells us about her experience of activating Land Sand Strand. – Read more

Melanie Smith: Between Industrialisation and Nature

Posted on 25 October 2018

Melanie Smith, Maria Elena (film still), 2018. Photo: Calvin Echavrria

Melanie Smith, Maria Elena (film still), 2018. Photo: Calvin Echavrria

We met with artist Melanie Smith to find out more about her practice and interest in South American industrialisation. – Read more

How the Resilience Garden in Granby Came to Life

Posted on 9 October 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Mohamed Bourouissa, Resilience Garden, 2018. Photo: Mark McNulty

Mohamed Bourouissa, Resilience Garden, 2018. Photo: Mark McNulty

Four voices come together to reveal how Mohamed Bourouissa's Resilience Garden, created as part of Liverpool Biennial 2018, went from an idea to a reality. – Read more

Family Guide: Unmissable Art at Liverpool Biennial 2018

Posted on 5 September 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Ryan Gander with Jamie Clark, Phoebe Edwards, Tianna Mehta, Maisie Williams and Joshua Yates, Time Moves Quickly, 2018. Photo: Pete Carr

Ryan Gander with Jamie Clark, Phoebe Edwards, Tianna Mehta, Maisie Williams and Joshua Yates, Time Moves Quickly, 2018. Photo: Pete Carr

From climbable art and mushroom architecture to a world of colour, we pick our top highlights for kids and a great family day out at Liverpool Biennial 2018. – Read more

Inci Eviner: Giving a Voice to Women

Posted on 31 August 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Delve into the work of an artist whose new video work for the Biennial uses drawings and multi-layered choreography to reflect on the place of women in heaven. – Read more

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