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  Feeding the 5000  

Feed the 5000
Biennial opening night
Independent District


  The Art Organisation, Liverpool Biennial 2004  

The Art Organisation
St Bride's Church
Liverpool Biennial 2004


  Dave White, Liverpool Biennial 2004  

Dave White
Independent District
Liverpool Biennial 2004

  26 - 33 Old Haymarket

26 - 33 Old Haymarket

City Central


26 - 33 Old Haymarket is hosting two consecutive exhibitions during the Liverpool Biennial.

Hortus: botany and empire
18 September - 23 October
Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm

An international group exhibition, organised by Spacex, that explores underlying historical links between horticulture and colonialism through contemporary art. As well as photography, video and painting, there are site-specific horticultural installations, relating to particular histories within Liverpool. Map available at 26 - 33 Old Haymarket.

Comme Ca Art Prize 2004
6 November - 11 December
Wednesday - Saturday
12pm - 5pm

Launched last year, the Comme Ca Art Prize North brings the art and artists of the North-West, Yorkshire and Northeast to a wide range of audiences. Anyone can nominate an artist - and come and see the best art in the North in this exhibition of the shortlisted artists. The £10000 prize is judged by Stephen Snoddy, Director of Baltic, Penelope Curtis, Curator, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, and Eddie Berg, Executive Director, FACT Centre, Liverpool. The 2004 winner will be announced on 25 November.



Artists participating in Hortus:

Stuart Brisley
Maria Thereza Alves
Andrew Lawson
Jyll Bradley
Lois & Fraziska Weinberger
Vong Phaophanit
Peter Fischli
David Weiss
Helena Goldwater
Susan Boafo
Peter Fend
Caroline Bergvall
Ciaran Maher




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