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FRAME, Splendid art in places you already go to

Before the start of last Saturdays City Walking tour I was lucky enough to bump into the organisers of FRAME_, a 3 month exhibition of small edition artworks by both local and international artists. The brainchild of Berlin artist Elly Clarke, FRAME_ displays the work of 42 artists’ in 30 of Birminghams’ every day places we might go Pubs, Coffee Shops, Arcades, Hotels, Churches and a Hair and Nail Salon amongst others.

The photos above show the artwork in two of the locations. To the left is Birmingham Artist Dan Auluk piece entitled, Why look at money when we’re looking at art? in The Old Joint Stock, Temple Row. On the right is a unique piece named, Self-adjusting, by Berlin artist Anna Mields, on display in St Paul’s Church in the Jewellery Quarter

The Old Joint Stock is the finish location of our Birmingham Sinister City Ghost Walk, whilst St Paul’s features in both our Jewellery Quarter and Birmingham Graveyard Ghost Walks.

All works of art are for sale and although the exhibition is on for three months, even if you wanted one of the unique piece before Christmas, there our other works that can take their place in the FRAME_ 

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