What do a glow-in-the-dark skate park, a lift exploding from the pavement, caged lions, a Korean house wedged haphazardly between two buildings, a red prefab pumping out Abba’s ‘Dancing Queen’ on a loop, and 100 iron men have in common?
The answer is Liverpool Biennial.
Over the past two decades the UK’s largest celebration of contemporary art has commissioned more than 300 new artworks of all shapes and sizes, and shown pieces by over 400 artists from across the globe. It has also won a reputation for being exciting, edgy and controversial, thanks to artists like Yoko Ono and Ai Weiwei. So we can’t wait to see what it has in store for its 10th edition in 2018.
Get out there and drink in as much art as you possibly can, Liverpool has always been a creative and inspiring City.