Beautiful world, where are you? at LJMU’s Exhibition Research Lab

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Beautiful world, where are you? at LJMU's Exhibition Research Lab – Liverpool Biennial 2018

Beautiful world, where are you? at LJMU's Exhibition Research Lab at LJMU Exhibition Research Lab, Liverpool 14 July — 28 October 2018 Entrance is free

Part of Liverpool Biennial 2018Beautiful world, where are you? at LJMU’s Exhibition Research Lab presents Paul Elliman’s new work Vauxhall Astra 2020 – a constellation of raw materials, half-a-dozen boulders and rock-like lumps of the car’s constituent parts at original scale.

Beautiful world, where are you? invites artists and audiences to reflect on a world of social, political and economic turmoil. Find our full Liverpool Biennial 2018 guide here.

Beautiful world, where are you? at LJMU's Exhibition Research Lab at LJMU Exhibition Research Lab, Liverpool 14 July — 28 October 2018 Entrance is free

Where to go near Beautiful world, where are you? at LJMU’s Exhibition Research Lab

Liverpool
Restaurant
The Reader Bar & Restaurant

The Reader Bar & Restaurant offers diners a bistro-style menu, inspired by continental European flavours and created using locally sourced seasonal produce. 

Everyman Theatre
Hope Street
Theatre
Liverpool Everyman Theatre

The Everyman Theatre on Liverpool’s Hope Street reopened in March 2014 after extensive renovation. It is twinned with the Playhouse on Williamson Square.

Liverpool
Gallery
Arts Bar Baltic

A safe and creative space, with a mission to help support and develop Liverpool’s artistic scene.

City Centre
Restaurant
The Pen Factory

From the team behind the old Everyman Bistro comes The Pen Factory, a warm and welcoming space situated in the basement of the Annex Building.

The garden at Free State Kitchen
City Centre
Restaurant
Free State Kitchen

With a large beer garden and commitment to using locally sourced produce, Free State Kitchen in Liverpool isn’t just-another-burger-joint.

Abercromby Square, city parks, urban gardening
Park
Abercromby Square

Abercromby Square in Liverpool was built as a communal garden for the rectangle of 19th-century houses that surround it.

Liverpool
Event venue
Zap Graffiti

Liverpool’s unique Graffiti encompasses a shop, studio, gallery and spaces for artists, and hosts workshops, murals, kids parties and classes.

Liverpool
Bar or Pub
Frederik’s

Frederik’s neighbourhood kitchen & bar has been the hub of the Georgian Quarter since 2013. Award winning cocktails and a great Sunday roast!

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