Liverpool Biennial 2006 art festival starts
Thursday, September 14, 2006
The 2006 Liverpool Biennial art festival will start its ten week run on September 16, finishing on the November 26. The exhibition uses public places located across the city.
Installation will be situated at sites across the city including St. George's Hall and Church of St Luke with specialist centers such as the Bluecoat Arts Centre, FACT centre, Tate Liverpool and the Walker Art Gallery providing exhibition space.
The international '06 exhibition includes 35 commissioned works, while the 24th John Moores Exhibition of Contemporary Painting is the UK's longest running open painting competition.
The Independents is an art exhibition that runs alongside the Biennial. Several shorter festivals will run over this period including the Hope Street festival.
- anon. "Norwegian artist smells Liverpool.." — , September 14, 2006
- Sam Lister. "Biennial artists bring new dimension to Liverpool" — , September 14, 2006
- Liverpool Biennial Web Site
- Hope Street Festival
- Independents Biennial Liverpool 2006
- The Biennial Blog
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