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Paul Curtis First Ever Exhibition To Take Place This February

Paul Curtis has just announced his first ever exhibition is due to take place at The Royal Liver Building next month.

Paul who was born and raised in Liverpool is the most prolific street artist in the region. Since rising to fame following his now famous “Wings” mural on Jamaica Street, (officially entitled “For All Liverpool’s Liver Birds”), Paul has produced over 230 public works of art and is responsible for the largest piece of art in the UK by one person.

Paul Promises that the exhibition that he’s organised with the arts producer and curator, Laura McCann, will be an interactive event. Paul is delighted with the location commenting, “It feels like a complete circle to be showing my work in a place so intrinsically linked my first public mural, which wouldn’t exist if I hadn’t been inspired by The Royal Liver Building. It’s the most famous building in Liverpool, and I’m proud beyond words to see my work displayed in such a beautiful space”

The event is taking place from the 9 – 23 February. Entry to the main exhibition is free and opening times are 10am – 5pm weekdays and 11am – 5pm weekends.

More details will be released soon but for you can keep up to date on socials by following @paulcurtisartwork and @lauramccannphotos.


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