Liverpool Biennial, the largest festival of contemporary visual art in the UK, has revealed the theme and participating artists for 2023.
Titled ‘uMoya: The Sacred Return of Lost Things’, the Biennial festival will take place 10 June – 17 September 2023, curated by Khanyisile Mbongwa with Director Sam Lackey and the Liverpool Biennial Team. More than 30 artists and collectives including Albert Ibokwe Khoza, Brook Andrew, Eleng Luluan, Julien Creuzet, Nicholas Galanin, Raisa Kabir and Torkwase Dyson will respond to the theme.
New commissions and existing artworks will be unveiled across the city including Royal Albert Dock’s resident art gallery, Tate Liverpool.
Liverpool Biennial is the UK’s largest free festival of contemporary visual art. Taking over historic buildings, unexpected spaces and art galleries, the Biennial has been transforming the city through art for over two decades.