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

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

Your Visitor Guide to Liverpool Biennial 2018

Posted on 28 August 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Visitors with Haegue Yang’s ongoing series The Intermediates at Tate Liverpool, Liverpool Biennial 2018. Photo: Mark McNulty

Visitors with Haegue Yang’s ongoing series The Intermediates at Tate Liverpool, Liverpool Biennial 2018. Photo: Mark McNulty

Our handy guide is here to help you get the most out of your Liverpool Biennial experience: from advice on navigating the city-wide exhibition to finding the best places to stay, eat and drink. – Read more

Mae-ling Lokko: The Art of Upcycling

Posted on 28 June 2018 by Liverpool Biennial

Mae-ling Lokko, CASE Chale Wote Upcycling Pavilion, 2016. Image courtesy the artist

Mae-ling Lokko, CASE Chale Wote Upcycling Pavilion, 2016. Image courtesy the artist

Meet the architectural historian and building-material technologist who is finding new ways of creating building materials from agricultural waste. – Read more

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