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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Paloma to curate art exhibition

Paloma Faith's artwork will go on display

Paloma Faith will curate an exhibition of her album artwork and photos of herself at a London gallery.

The Picking Up The Pieces singer will put together a collection of photographs and artwork from the release of her debut album in 2009 onwards.

She will display the images in an exhibition at The Gallery On Redchurch Street in London, just down the road from where she played her first gigs.

Paloma will also be at the opening of the exhibition where she will play a DJ set with special guests and will be joined by photographers David Standish, Finlay Mackay, and Saul.

She said: "I am thrilled to be able to exhibit these artworks. The photographers involved are all amazing and I am so proud to have worked with them. I am extremely hands-on with my visuals, and collaborate very closely with photographers to achieve the final image.

"In an age where we are all downloading music, it's wonderful to be able to appreciate fully the work that goes into creating the beautiful imagery surrounding an album."

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