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Lush Building: June 2021

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Bookings are now available for Liverpool Biennial 2021 exhibitions.

About this event

The full festival of nine exhibitions for Liverpool Biennial 2021: The Stomach and the Port opened on 19 May.

Entry is free for all exhibitions, but you can support us by giving a donation. Now more than ever, Liverpool Biennial needs your help to continue our work with artists and communities.

OPENING HOURS

This venue is open from 19 May until 27 June. Opening hours are Wednesday to Sunday 11am – 6pm.

Liverpool Biennial will be implementing Relaxed Gallery Hours across select venues. These dedicated opening times have been created specifically for visitors who may benefit from reduced foot traffic, lighting and sound levels. Find out more here.

TICKET BOOKING & WALK UPS

Most venues are operating timed ticketing. We recommend that all visitors book a slot in advance as capacity is limited. This is to ensure everyone has plenty of space for social distancing.

If you’d like to visit multiple Liverpool Biennial exhibitions at different venues, please book separate tickets for each. One ticket per visitor, per venue is required.

There is a maximum group size of 6 people per booking. Please select your preferred 30-minute window and arrive for your visit at the start time stated to guarantee entry. The building closes at 6pm, final entry will be at 5:30pm.

Walk-ups are available subject to availability. Ticket holders will be given priority entry.

If you arrive at the venue and you have not pre-booked, one of our festival Guides will book you in at the desk at the first available time.

ACCESSIBILITY

Access is at the front of the building via Church Street. Please enter the store and head to Floor 3 using either the stairs or lift facilities, signage will direct you. You will be required to show your ticket(s) on arrival at the exhibition entrance – either on your device or a printed version. For the safety of staff and other visitors/shoppers we encourage you to wear a face covering unless you are unable to.

If there is a queue to enter the store, please approach Lush door staff and display your ticket booking. Entries will be permitted for your dedicated time slot, no earlier or later.

Large print versions of the the interpretation are available at this venue.

For further access information, including accessibility information for all Biennial venues, please click here.

TRACK & TRACE

If you have a multiple ticket booking, you will be asked on arrival to supply the contact details of everyone in your party over the age of 16. Your data will only be shared with the NHS if an outbreak of Covid-19 involves someone who has visited Lush Building. Data will be held for 21 days and will not be used for any purpose other than Test and Trace.

For FAQs and Covid–19 Safety Information, please visit our Online Portal here.

MORE INFORMATION

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Some participating venues will be operating individual ticketing systems, please find further information below:

Bluecoat

Booking is strongly recommended and walk-ins are subject to capacity. Tickets available here.

Tate Liverpool

Booking is required. Tickets available here.

Dr Martin Luther King Jr Building

Booking is required. Tickets available here.

FACT

No booking required. Walk-ins welcome.

Open Eye Gallery

No booking required. Walk-ins welcome.

Central Library

No booking required. Walk-ins welcome.

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Liverpool Biennial presents the UK biennial of contemporary art. It takes place every two years across the city in public spaces, unused buildings, galleries and online. The Biennial is underpinned by a programme of research, education, residencies and commissions. Founded in 1998, Liverpool Biennial has commissioned over 340 new artworks and presented work by over 480 artists from around the world. 

 

Liverpool Biennial: The Stomach and the Port
20 March – 6 June 2021

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