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Liverpool Biennial

Stand: 205

Liverpool Biennial is the UK biennial of contemporary art. Taking place every two years across the city in public spaces, galleries, museums and online, the Biennial commissions international artists to make and present work in the context of Liverpool. 

The festival is underpinned by a programme of research, education, residencies and commissions. Founded in 1998, the Biennial has commissioned over 340 new artworks and presented work by more than 480 artists from around the world.

Liverpool Biennial produces limited edition for each festival, allowing people to own a work by a leading contemporary artist who has worked with Liverpool Biennial. The sale of limited editions directly supports the Biennial's new commissions, exhibitions, talks and education programmes.

LOCATION: Liverpool

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  • My Mommy Is Beautiful, 1997/2018

    Exhibitor: Liverpool Biennial
    Artist: Yoko Ono
    Price: Price: £800 each (£1600 as a pair)
  • = x +, 2016

    Exhibitor: Liverpool Biennial
    Artist: Frances Disley
    Price: £120
  • Getting Dogsy, 2016

    Exhibitor: Liverpool Biennial
    Artist: Marvin Gaye Chetwynd
    Price: £150
  • The Empress, 2016

    Exhibitor: Liverpool Biennial
    Artist: Yin-Ju Chen
    Price: £175
  • My Mommy Is Beautiful, 1997/2018

    Exhibitor: Liverpool Biennial
    Artist: Yoko Ono
    Price: £800 each (£1600 as a pair)
  • Judith Hopf

    Exhibitor: Liverpool Biennial
    Artist: No Title, 2014
    Price: £200
  • Bird Mind, 2017

    Exhibitor: Liverpool Biennial
    Artist: Inci Eviner
    Price: £150
  • Big L, 2013

    Exhibitor: Liverpool Biennial
    Artist: Richard Woods
    Price: £180
  • Fountain, 2016

    Exhibitor: Liverpool Biennial
    Artist: Betty Woodman
    Price: £950
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