@biennial Day 2 pt Work in Progress


Tate Liverpool has a new display of work from the collections for the biennial. As with elsewhere across the city this is a quieter, less attention seeking affair than in previous editions. There is a welcome focus on drawing and more subtle work, but again this biennial is fraught with confusion, so it seems hard to know whether it is that I’m just drawn to specific work or whether I’m looking at what I like from a pick and mix. Either way, it was a joy to see Susan Hiller’s Balthazar’s Feast, Helena Almeida’s drawings and Philip Guston’s prints. It’s interesting to note that these are all older generation artists, who are coming to the fore to be re-assessed.








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