Cheerleading report on the 2016 edition, citing various strengths: 1.Liverpool Biennial acts as an important cluster for international, national and local artists and in the process builds significant networks between artists and organisations 2. It has a clear placemaking role that works with Liverpool’s cultural status to help make the city a vital place to live, work, study and visit 3.It is recognised as a globally leading contemporary art festival, which also provides opportunity for people “to reflect on Liverpool as Liverpool”. Concludes that: “These findings combined indicate that Liverpool Biennial has a unique local identity, whilst also achieving influence and recognition on a much broader scale.”

BOP Consulting
Liverpool Biennial
January 2017
Liverpool Biennial 2016 – evaluation