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Liverpool Biennial 2014 programme launched

9 April 2014

Today, Liverpool Biennial officially launched their fantastic 2014 programme for the UK Biennial of Contemporary Art.  The 8th Liverpool Biennial Exhibition, A Needle Walks into a Haystack, is curated by Mai Abu ElDahab and Anthony Huberman, and takes place across the city at venues including public spaces and galleries such as the Bluecoat, FACT and Tate Liverpool.

Included in the Biennial 2014 programme is 14-18 NOW commission Dazzle Ships, taking place in Liverpool and London this June.

More details on Liverpool Biennial’s programme can be found on their brand new website here.

Dazzle Ships is co-commissioned by 14-18 NOW, Liverpool Biennial, Tate Liverpool and Chelsea College of Art and Design.

In association with Mersey Maritime Museum and HMS President.

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