Explore behind the scenes at the Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool's new multi-arts space – part venue, part gallery and installation space, part theme park.
Liverpool arts tour
In the lead-up to UK – India 2017, we are bringing you content from some of the most interesting and exciting companies and artists working in the UK today.
The second stop on our arts tour is Liverpool, a major city in the North West of England. Long associated with The Beatles and a lively music scene, it has enjoyed a recent period of cultural regeneration following its year as European Capital of Culture in 2008. It is home to the Liverpool Biennial, the biggest contemporary arts festival in the UK's cultural calendar.
Find out more about Assemble's Turner Prize winning Liverpool project Granby Four Streets
What is behind an artist's creativity? What inspires an artist to create the kind of work they do?
Explore Liverpool's rich cinematic history in this article by Rhiannon Wain
This piece from Liverpool-based music magazine Bido Lito! features American rock band Love’s guitarist Johnny Echols and looks at the 60s band's links to Liverpool.
Bido Lito! is a Liverpool-based music magazine. This article is taken from their latest issue, From Liverpool with Love.
We interviewed Indian artist Sahej Rahal to find out more about his creative process and the ideas for his Liverpool Biennial commission
In 1976, a new music scene was beginning to blossom in Liverpool, with bands such as Big In Japan, Echo and the Bunnymen and The Teardrop Explodes bringing new life to the city.
Follow us on a curator's tour of Tate Liverpool's Ancient Greece Episode as part of the Liverpool Biennial 2016