I’ve seen the future of art and it’s a mess – Liverpool Biennial

The Telegraph | 

Liverpool has made huge economic strides since its Eighties low point, but many of the city’s greatest buildings are still tragically underused. This may not help morale among residents, but it provides a compelling setting for Britain’s biggest festival of contemporary art. Contemporary art festivals thrive on unlikely venues, and the 2016 Liverpool Biennial unfolds across a succession of off-beat locations. Featuring specially commissioned works by 42 artists from 15 countries, this is the best possible opportunity to take the temperature of art today and find out what’s to come… Read more

Image: On the buses: Liverpool’s double-deckers, as transformed by artists