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A weekly briefing featuring national and international art news, including: curatorial team set for London’s King’s Cross; arson attack results in relocation of Liverpool Biennial artwork; protests against Australian arts cuts; and Christie’s art sale exceeds post-Brexit estimates.

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Jury announced for John Moores Painting Prize 2016

Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool has announced the panel of judges who will select the shortlist and overall winner of the UK’s longest-established painting prize, which is currently open for applications until 9 November 2015.

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Glow in the dark art: new skatepark sheds light on Everton

A recently opened skatepark in Everton Park, Liverpool is the result of a Liverpool Biennial commission of the South Korean artist Koo Jeong A, working with Wheelscape Skateparks and a host other agencies and community groups in the city. Laura Robertson takes a look at this luminous living sculpture and finds out more from the artist.

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Artist Daisy Delaney Brings A Forgotten Liver Bird Home to Roost

100 Liver Birds have recently appeared on the streets of the city of Liverpool. These ghostly white birds, created by artist Daisy Delaney for the Liverpool Biennial, are subtle interventions blending into their grey urban surroundings. Occasionally their reflective surfaces […]

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The Inspiration for my Liverpool Biennial Project

I’ve been working on a collaboration with Michael Borkowsky for the Liverpool Biennial. We’ve been planning on working on a project together for years, and eventually came up with the idea of basing it on Leviathan, the Biblical sea monster […]

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The Monro, Liverpool
15 September – 25 November 2012

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Unruly Tendency
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Creative ecologies

Two north west projects are creating links between artists, artist-led groups and creative communities.

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Alfredo Jarr?s Marx Lounge
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Re:Thinking Trade

During its time as a hardware store, Rapid was proud to be the only independent to take up the entire street.

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