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Liverpool Biennial 2002

Liverpool Biennial 2002
LIVERPOOL  •  Various venues  •  Ongoing
Liverpool Biennial aims to celebrate and promote contemporary visual art in the city. Over 75% of the artworks in the exhibition, which includes art in public spaces, have been commissioned or completed especially for Liverpool by both established and new artists.

Artists for Liverpool Biennial / International 2002 are Chiho Aoshima, Olaf Breuning, Elizabeth Dadi & Iftikhar Dadi, Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Dominique Gonzalez Foerster, Juan Fernando Herrán, Christine Hill, Todd James, Claire Langan, Nikki S Lee, Mark Lewis, LOT-EK, PanOptic, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Barry McGee, Remy Markowitsch & Michael Ming Hong Lin, N.I.C.J.O.B., Tatsurou Bashi, Jorge Pardo, Patricia Piccinini, Chloe Piene, Stephen Powers, Jason Rhoades, Fred Tomaselli, Francesco Vezzoli, Dré Wapenaar, Winter & Hörbelt, and Robert Wogan.

Work is sited in the Bluecoat Gallery, Pleasant Street Board School and Tate Liverpool as well as in the public realm: Derby Square, the foyer of Liverpool Daily Post & Echo Building, Liverpool City Centre Holiday Inn, platforms 7 & 8 and the façade of Liverpool Lime Street Station, and Wolstenholme Square.

The International 2002 is one of five programme strands in the Liverpool Biennial. The others are John Moores Exhibition of Contemporary Painting, Bloomberg New Contemporaries and The Independent (artist-led exhibition). All the exhibitions open on 14 September and take place within Liverpool city centre. The Independent closes 13 October, Bloomberg New Contemporaries at Static on 27 October, the International 2002 closes on 24 November and John Moores 22 at The Walker closes on 8 December. In addition there will be a programme of conferences, seminars and live art.

Liverpool Biennial 2002 Web Site

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