The future sound and vision of Liverpool: Biennial special preview

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Tonight’s BBC Front Row is a special programme mostly recorded on location in Liverpool previewing this year’s Biennial of Contemporary Art that runs till October. I particularly enjoyed talking to Mark Leckey about his dreamscape film about his visual memory from 1964-1999. And Betty Woodman who was transfixed by the pink and white of the ancient buildings in post-war Italy and is inspired by the colour of ancient friezes and ceramics to this day. I also talk to the winner of the John Moores Painting Prize.

The programme will be here on Radio 4 and then via this link on iplayer after its 715pm transmission.




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