Beautiful world, where are you? at Open Eye Gallery

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Beautiful world, where are you? at Open Eye Gallery – Liverpool Biennial 2018

Beautiful world, where are you? at Open Eye Gallery at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool, Waterfront 14 July — 28 October 2018 Entrance is free

Part of Liverpool Biennial 2018Beautiful world, where are you? at Open Eye Gallery, George Osodi presents Nigerian Monarchs, a series of photographs that depicts the regional rulers in his home country of Nigeria. Also on show is Madiha Aijaz’s new film installation These Silences Are All the Words, which explores the public libraries of Karachi, Pakistan, against the backdrop of the city’s changing landscape.

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 Open Eye Gallery at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool, Waterfront 14 July — 28 October 2018 Entrance is free

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