you out tonight? at Open Eye Gallery

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you out tonight? at Open Eye Gallery
Michelle Roberts - Princess Nokia @ Invisible Wind Factory (2017)

you out tonight? at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool, Waterfront 13 August — 23 October 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool presents you out tonight? – a public outdoor exhibition in the gallery’s atrium space, accessible all day every day.

The character of a city is steeped in late nights and live music. The pulsing sound systems and warm drinks; thudding air, a snatch of a song through a wall. Then, a text from a friend, ‘you out tonight?’

Bido Lito! opened up their photographic archive to celebrate a decade of championing visual and music culture, reminding us that while we can’t get together like we used to, we can look forward to the time when we can again dance in the dark.

you out tonight? is part of Open Eye Gallery’s ‘A Time We Call Our Own’ programme of online events and exhibitions.

you out tonight? at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool, Waterfront 13 August — 23 October 2020 Entrance is free Visit now

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