32 specially crafted banners which paraded through Liverpool City Centre last week paying homage to the nations participating in the World Cup, are going on display in the Dr Martin Luther King Jr Building at the Royal Liverpool Albert Dock.
The Terrace Tapestries project saw people from across the city design and create colourful banners which are an artistic response to each country participating in the competition. The free exhibition will be open from 11am-4pm, Thursday – Saturday, until Sunday 15 July.
It is part of Art of Football – a season celebrating the creative culture and social fabric which underpins football and is a highlight of the Liverpool 2018 programme.
Art of Football runs until 15 July and will see Liverpool host three major exhibitions, a symposium, pop-up cinema and a music festival. It is commissioned by Culture Liverpool and curated by Bido Lito! Magazine in collaboration with Foto Octo and Laces Out.
Art of Football is produced in partnership with Scotts Menswear, Albert Dock, Liverpool BID Company, LJMU School of Art & Design, National Museums Liverpool and Liverpool Central Library.
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