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Laura Keeble’s “I’d Like to teach the world to sing!” shortlisted for the John Moores painting prize at the Liverpool Biennial


Liverpool Biennial

Starts 15th September

The Liverpool Biennial, founded in 1998, has become the largest contemporary art festival in the country, commissioning new work from artists from all over the world and invading unexpected buildings and public spaces in the city. This year the great American artist Doug Aitken is creating a video installation on Albert Dock, just outside Tate Liverpool, in a temporary structure designed in collaboration with…

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