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Pop-up art in Liverpool

The Liverpool Biennial commences this July, with installations including ancient Greek sculptures and futuristic cityscapes popping up in unlikely locations. Step into the abandoned ABC Cinema to see a live re-imagining of ’40s classic Casablanca – the last film screened here before it closed nearly two decades ago. Alternatively, head for the former Cains Brewery, now dealing in particle physics of a different sort by hosting a sculpture based on the Large Hadron Collider. Keep an eye out too for Everybody Razzle Dazzle – which sees a working Mersey ferry, Snowdrop, decorated in technicolour camouflage by Sir Peter Blake, a man accustomed to Liverpoolbased artistic collaborations, having famously designed the sleeve for the Beatles’ album Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

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