artinliverpool.com, is a must see website for everybody interested in the UK art industry.
By the time Art in Liverpool was established, in 2004, by Ian Jackson and Minako Jackson, Liverpool had reached international focus and was now celebrated for it's vibrant and confident art scene. Tate Liverpool was firmly established and the Walker Art Gallery’s exhibitions had become less formulaic and had more popular. Progress had also been made at grass level with the impact of the Liverpool Biennial. Not only did Art in Liverpool have an interesting art scene to talk about, but their potential audience undoubtedly covered a cross-section of society that 10 and certainly 20 years prior would not have been interested and they continue to communicate with a flare and density that few sites deliver.
Monday, December 6, 2010
"Simon McKeown, one of the UK’s leading digital artists, was named DaDaFest Artist of the Year 2010 for his work ‘Motion Disabled’ which was projected in 17 countries globally yesterday on International Day of Persons with a Disability, including the side of the St Georges Dock ventilation shaft."