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Come and enjoy a wide variety of contemporary art on offer at our venues during Liverpool Biennial 2012! The Biennial runs from 15 September - 25 November 2012 and is the largest international contemporary art festival in the UK.
Walker Art Gallery
At the Walker there is the cutting edge John Moores Painting Prize exhibition. The winner of this prestigious £25,000 prize will be announced on Friday 14 September and you can watch all the action online via our live video streaming page.
Patrick Murphy's brightly coloured pigeons, entitled 'Belonging', will adorn the roof of the Walker and an exhibition of works on paper and a major installation by Enrico David will be on display at the gallery.
In November, artist Aaron Williamson will give a performance of 'The Eavesdropper' at the Walker. This will be inspired by his residency at the gallery, where he has been 'eavesdropping’ on the paintings in the collection.
The 'Everton Park, A Park for the People' exhibition reveals the proposals under consideration for the integrated art and design vision for the reinvigoration of Everton Park.
Museum of Liverpool
A small display 'A Piece of Cake - 2 Up 2 Down/Homebaked' by Dutch artist Jeanne van Heeswijk.
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Date: 17 Nov 2012 - 30 Mar 2014
Walker Art Gallery
National Museums Liverpool
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