There is plenty of art exhibition space in Liverpool but if you’re looking to walk around and find some incredible street art then the Baltic Triangle has it in abundance and all within a minutes walk of one another.
The Baltic Triangle is an area of the city which was once home to a combination docklands and industry but now transformed into a buzzing hub for culture, arts, food and music. So if you fancy getting up close and personal with some incredible street art then read on as I show you my top four pieces in the
The Mckeown Rice plinth near the Baltic Creative campus was curated by Castle Fine Arts Foundry and has been host to some incredible sculptures of the past 10 years. The plinth will enable both established and new artists to exhibit their work in the area.
The space is dedicated to two of Baltic’s founding members Claire Mckeown and Paul Rice. Both Sadly passed away but their work, dedication and contribution to the area is remembered through the art hosted at this fantastic space