Liverpool Biennial Touring Programme

Mark Leckey, Dream English Kid, 1964 – 1999 AD (film still), 2015. Image courtesy the artist. 

Krzysztof Wodiczko, Guests, 2009. Installation view at Brierfield Mill (with In-Situ). Photo: Pete Carr 

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Dogsy Ma Bone, 12 June 2016 at Cains Brewery, Liverpool. Courtesy the artist and Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo: Mark McNulty

Mark Leckey, Dream English Kid, 1964 – 1999 AD (film still), 2015. Image courtesy the artist. 

The inaugural Liverpool Biennial touring programme brings works by leading international artists, commissioned and presented at the 2016 Biennial, to venues in the North of England throughout 2017 and 2018.

Exhibitions of works by artists  Marvin Gaye ChetwyndCéline Condorelli, Audrey CottinMark Leckey, Rita McBrideKrzysztof Wodiczko and Betty Woodman, are being presented in partnership with six organisations in Northern England. Some of the participating artists will also take part in education programmes with local communities.


Touchstones Rochdale, Rochdale / 11 March – 8 July 2017
Marvin Gaye Chetwynd: Dogsy Ma Bone
Performance: 11 March 2017, 2pm
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Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre, Bury / 1 April – 9 September 2017
Céline Condorelli, Audrey Cottin, Rita McBride in the Sculpture Centre
Mark Leckey in the Moving Image Gallery (until 13 May)
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Northlight (Brierfield) Mill with In-Situ / 20 May – 11 June 2017 (weekends only)
Krzysztof Wodiczko: Guests
Exhibition Launch: Saturday 20 May, 12pm – 2pm
Artist Talk: Sunday 21 May, 12pm
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The Turnpike, Leigh / 10 June – 26 August 2017
Mark Leckey: Dream English Kid 1964 – 1999 AD 
Exhibition Launch: Friday 9 June, 6pm
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Cooper Gallery, Barnsley / 20 January – 7 April 2018
Betty Woodman: Ceramics with Painting of the Modern Age
Exhibition Launch: Friday 19 January
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As part of the Biennial’s wider touring activity, Dogsy Ma Bone by Marvin Gaye Chetwynd was also presented at Tate Modern from 20 – 25 June 2017 for the Tate Exchange programme – find out more

The Liverpool Biennial touring programme is supported with National Lottery funding through Arts Council England's Strategic Touring fund.