Photo Gallery: Place to Place, Liverpool Biennial, Humber Street Gallery, Hull
Following on from its acclaimed Jamie Reid exhibition XXXXX: Fifty Years of Subversion and the Spirit, Humber Street Gallery presents Place to Place, an exhibition that showcases three female artists selected by the gallery to be part of the Liverpool Biennial touring programme which opens with its first exhibition in Hull.
The three featured artists are Inci Eviner, Suki Seokyeong Kang and Annie Pootoogook, each working in a different medium including film, painting, sculpture and drawing.
Liverpool Biennial is the largest festival of contemporary art in the UK. Free exhibitions and events took place across Liverpool’s public spaces, galleries and museums from July until October 2018 under the title Beautiful world, where are you?
The touring programme provides an opportunity for the work to be experienced beyond Liverpool in seven contemporary art venues and public spaces across the north of England.
All images courtesy of Liverpool Biennial Touring Programme, Humber Street. Image credit: Rob Battersby
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