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  • Venue:
    Liverpool Biennial
  • From:
    September 18, 2010
  • To:
    November 28, 2010
  • Location:
    North West England
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LAND
Review

Ulf Langheinrich: LAND

FACT Liverpool Biennial , Liverpool
20 September – 30 November 2008

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The Homerton Playscape Multiple Struggle Niche
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Liverpool biennial

Liverpool Biennial was recognised with an award for ‘Putting the North West on the Map’ at the region’s Art 07 awards in October. The award acknowledges its success in commissioning international artists to make challenging work in Liverpool.

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The Blade Factory
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A space

In September, the A Foundation launches Greenland Street, a major new contemporary art centre in Liverpool.

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Funding strategies

Arts Council England cuts clients whilst remaining “brave and radical”.

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Situation News speculative headline
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Citywide situations

The latest in a number of projects from UK cities that focus attention on the place as a ‘cultural centre’, Situation Leeds runs 16-29 May. This approach mirrors the expanding international biennial circuit; every city must have its arts festival […]

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Signature or Appropriation
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Are you International?

Hilary Thorn on a discussion event held at Static Gallery, as part of the NAN Artists’ research trip to Liverpool Biennial, which looked at the verbal languages through which art is explored.

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Headbangers
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Liverpool biennial

The third Liverpool biennial launches on 18 September as a UK and international festival of contemporary art. Delivered through a partnership between Tate Liverpool, National Museums Liverpool, Bluecoat Art Centre and FACT, it also encompasses exhibitions and off–site projects across […]

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Control Room
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Jill Magid

There are things I want to touch or hold that lie beyond my reach, and ways to bring them closer.

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Biennial in sight

Planning is now underway for the third Liverpool Biennial in 2004, a foreground for the City of Culture programme in 2008. For the 2002 event, over 180,000 visits were recorded at the UK’s only biennial of contemporary visual art and […]

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26.11.01
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Independent spirit

Pete Clarke looks back at how the 1999 Biennial in Liverpool, flaws and all, raised some interesting questions that resulted in a new direction for the 2002 event and the shape of things to come.

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