"For all Liverpool's Liver Birds" (c) Paul Curtis
“For all Liverpool’s Liver Birds” (c) Paul Curtis

Renowned Liverpool artist Paul Curtis has unveiled his first ever exhibition.

The iconic Royal Liver Building is the home of over 50 pieces of Paul’s work until February 23. Paul specialises in street art, with this exhibition becoming Liverpool’s first ever indoor street art showcase.

Entitled “In One Place”, the artist promises an interactive and retrospective display. Featuring work of band Red Rum Club and dancer Wendy Okoli, there is no shortage of art to admire and enjoy.

Laura McCann a local arts producer, curator and photographer, worked alongside Paul to help bring his vision to reality.

She said: “I couldn’t be happier to be collaborating with Paul on his first exhibition.

“We’ve been working on this a long time and the venue is perfect. Ian Edwards from the Royal Liver Building has been incredibly helpful and we are hugely grateful for his support.”

One of his most well known pieces is “For all Liverpool’s Liver Birds” on Jamaica Street in the Baltic Triangle.

MerseyNewsLive attended the opening night of Paul’s Exhibition and spoke to the artist on his achievement – watch Sadie Gilbert’s video report here:

Featured image (c) Paul Curtis 


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