Liverpool Biennial 2021 – The Stomach and the Port

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Liverpool Biennial 2020
Ebony G. Patterson, ...a pale horse weeps in silence...for those who bear/bare witness, 2018. Courtesy the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago

Liverpool Biennial 2021, 20 March–6 June 2021, free entry - Find Out More

Liverpool Biennial, the UK’s largest festival of contemporary visual art has been delayed until 2021 because of the coronavirus outbreak. The new dates have just been announced at we look forward to visiting at some point between 20 March and 6 June.

Liverpool Biennial had previously announced the concept behind its 11th edition, as well as the list of more than 50 international artists that will be taking part (including Judy Chicago and Haroon Mirza).

Titled The Stomach and the Port, the 2020 staging of the festival was set to explore notions of the body, drawing on non-Western ways of thinking that challenge conceptions of the individual as a defined, self-sufficient entity. The Biennial programme was to be presented in locations across Liverpool, including public and unexpected spaces, historic sites and the city’s leading art venues. New for 2020, Liverpool Biennial’s reach was also expanded to the city’s historic Fabric District and beyond. A dynamic programme of free exhibitions, performances, screenings and fringe events unfolds over the 15 weeks, shining a light on the city’s vibrant cultural scene.

The full artist list announced for 2020 includes: Larry Achiampong (UK/Ghana), Erick Beltrán (Mexico), Diego Bianchi (Argentina), Alice Channer (UK), Judy Chicago (USA), Ithell Colquhuon (UK), Christopher Cozier (Trinidad & Tobago), Yael Davids (Jerusalem/Netherlands), Ines Doujak (Austria) & John Barker (UK), Dr. Lakra (Mexico), Jadé Fadojutimi (UK), Jes Fan (Hong Kong/Canada), Lamin Fofana (Sierra Leone/USA), Ebony G. Patterson (Jamaica), Sonia Gomes (Brazil), Ane Graff (Norway), Ayesha Hameed (UK/Canada), Camille Henrot (France), Nicholas Hlobo (South Africa), Laura Huertas Millán (Colombia), Sohrab Hura (India), Evan Ifekoya (UK), Invernomuto (Italy) & Jim C. Nedd (Italy), Rashid Johnson (USA), KeKeÇa (Turkey), Jutta Koether (Germany), Last Yearz Interesting Negro (UK), Ligia Lewis (USA/Dominican Republic), Linder (UK), Luo Jr‐shin (Taiwan), Jorge Menna Barreto (Brazil), Haroon Mirza (UK), Neo Muyanga (South Africa), Pedro Neves Marques (Portugal), Roland Persson (Sweden), Anu Põder (Estonia), Reto Pulfer (Switzerland/Germany), André Romão (Portugal), Kathleen Ryan (USA), Zineb Sedira (France), Xaviera Simmons (USA), Teresa Solar (Spain), Daniel Steegmann Mangrané (Spain/Brazil), Jenna Sutela (Finland), UBERMORGEN (Austria/USA) & Leonardo Impett (UK/Italy), Luisa Ungar (Colombia/Austria), Alberta Whittle (Barbados), Zheng Bo (China), David Zink Yi (Peru/Germany).

We will update you on Liverpool Biennial 2021 when more information is available.

Liverpool Biennial 2021

Reoccurring dates
Free entry