We are delighted to announce the first list of international artists selected for Liverpool Biennial 2018. Celebrating 20 years of presenting international art in the city and region, the 10th edition Beautiful world, where are you? invites artists and audiences to reflect on a world of social, political and economic turmoil. It will take place between 14 July – 28 October 2018.
The artists announced today are:
Madiha Aijaz | Abbas Akhavan | Francis Alÿs | Ei Arakawa | Kevin Beasley | Mohamed Bourouissa | Banu Cennetoğlu | Roberto Cuoghi | Shannon Ebner | Paul Elliman | Inci Eviner | Aslan Gaisumov | Ryan Gander | Joseph Grigely | Holly Hendry | Lamia Joreige | Brian Jungen | Janice Kerbel | Duane Linklater | Mae-ling Lokko | Taus Makhacheva | Ari Benjamin Meyers | Naeem Mohaiemen | Paulina Olowska | George Osodi | Silke Otto-Knapp | Mathias Poledna | Annie Pootoogook | Reetu Sattar | Suki Seokyeong Kang | Iacopo Seri | The Serving Library | Agnès Varda | Joyce Wieland | Haegue Yang | Rehana Zaman
Liverpool Biennial 2018 is curated by Kitty Scott (Carol and Morton Rapp Curator, Modern and Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario) and Sally Tallant (Director, Liverpool Biennial) with the Liverpool Biennial team: Francesca Bertolotti-Bailey (Head of Production and International Projects), Sinéad McCarthy (Curator), Polly Brannan (Education Curator), and Joasia Krysa (Head of Research).