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Nina Edge sheds a little light on what made Bluecoat so important to her, and explains how it enables potential.
1.2 million people experienced Liverpool Biennial 2016. It contributed £5.3 million to the Liverpool economy, equivalent to creating 138 permanent, full time jobs.
Far from the retro, glazed, expressions of the 70’s that secretly inspire a generation of the 20teen hipsters, Mark Wardel’s exhibition was a clean and modern display of honest personalities.
What Open Eye continue to show their visitors, is that photography is much more than a photograph, it is the ability to capture something. What they prove, repeatedly, is that the best photography is made by those who seek to explore their own existence, and the reasoned existence of their careers.
From Saturday 9 July to Sunday 16 October 2016 Liverpool Biennial once again takes over the city, with free exhibitions, performances and events by international artists presented across more than 20 locations.