Published on Thu Sep 6, 2012 by David J Colbran
The Liverpool Biennial opens next week and I’ve been busy over the last few weeks with a documentary project, about the former Royal Mail postal sorting office on Copperas Hill. More details to follow here. I'll also be covering the event, so you are after any photographs please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Dan Graham’s 2-Way Mirror Cylinder Bisected By Perforated Stainless Steel in the courtyard of the Bluecoat Art Centre
Oded Hirsch, The Lift ; an installation that is a lift appearing out of the ground in the middle of shopping district, Liverpool ONE
Designed by architect to the stars David Adjaye, this pavillion hosts Doug Aitken’s new art installation Source.
Patrick Murphy's colourful pigeons on rooftops at The Walker Art Gallery
Watermarking by David Bennewith, Willian Hsu and Marnie Slater from New Zealand
art, Biennial Author: David J Colbran
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