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by Lewis Biggs,etc.
Author: Lewis Biggs,etc.
Publisher: Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art (September 9, 2002)
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Liverpool Biennial is the largest international contemporary art festival in the United Kingdom. Every two years, the city of Liverpool hosts an extensive range of artworks, projects, and a programme of events.
Liverpool Biennial is the largest international contemporary art festival in the United Kingdom. The biennial commissions leading and emerging artists to make and present permanent and temporary public artworks, as well as long-term community-based projects.
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International 2002 explored the city as a cultural context, proposing a model for connection between art of internationally .
International 2002 explored the city as a cultural context, proposing a model for connection between art of internationally recognised quality and a particular place and context. International 2002 was conceived by a team of six Liverpool based curators: Lewis Biggs, Director of Liverpool Biennial; Eddie Berg, Director of FACT (Foundation for Art & Creative Technology); Bryan Biggs, Director of the Bluecoat Arts Centre; Catherine Gibson, Curator of Bluecoat Gallery; Christoph Grunenberg, Director of Tate Liverpool and Jo McGonigal, Commissions Manager for FACT.
Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool. Liverpool Biennial presents the largest festival of contemporary visual art in the UK every two years. More than 50 leading international artists have been invited to create and present groundbreaking artworks within the context of the city’s public spaces and historic buildings. Find out more: ww. iennial.
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This year, Biggs and his curatorial team, comprised of Lorenzo Fusi (Liverpool Biennial curator), Peter Gorschlüter (of Tate Liverpool), Patrick Henry (of Open Eye Gallery), Sara-Jayne Parsons (of the Bluecoat), Mike Stubbs (of FACT - Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), and Mark Waugh (of A Foundation Liverpool), are putting together.
Lewis Biggs, Liverpool Biennial artistic director "Liverpool has come into itself as a cultural city," Biennial artistic director Lewis Biggs said.
Lewis Biggs, Liverpool Biennial artistic director. Liverpool has come into itself as a cultural city," Biennial artistic director Lewis Biggs said. It's been a long process but there's no doubt now that Liverpudlians recognise it as their own cultural asset, and it's become a destination for tourists from inside the UK and increasingly around the world.
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Liverpool Biennial is the UK’s largest festival of contemporary visual art, established in 1998. Since its inception, the International exhibition has commissioned well over 100 new works, many for the streets and public spaces of Liverpool, by established contemporary artists from around the world. Liverpool Biennial also has a year-round role commissioning art for the public realm. Past projects include Antony Gormley’s work ‘Another Place’, which has found a permanent home at Crosby beach, and ‘Turning the Place Over’ by Richard Wilson, which turns a building inside-out.