Suki Seokyeong Kang, Jeong ¼, 2011-2015. Image courtesy the artist

Suki Seokyeong Kang, Jeong ¼, 2011-2015. Image courtesy the artist

Liverpool Biennial is the UK’s largest festival of contemporary visual art. Taking over unexpected and public spaces, historic sites and art galleries, the biennial has been transforming the city through art for over two decades. Curated by Manuela Moscoso, the 11th edition, The Stomach and the Port, explores notions of the body and ways of connecting with the world. 50 international artists and two collectives are taking part in this year’s biennial. A dynamic programme of free exhibitions, performances, screenings and fringe events unfolds over multiple weeks, shining a light on the city’s vibrant cultural scene.

Liverpool Biennial have been working hard to reconfigure our 2021 programme to ensure that people are able to engage with the 11th edition in safe, confident and inspiring ways.

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Diversity and inclusion are core values at Liverpool Biennial. We welcome applications from all l sectors of the community, including applications from people of colour, Black, Asian and minority non-white groups, Indigenous people, people with disabilities, people who identify as being LGBTQIA+ and others of any age who demonstrate the ability to contribute to our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.