You've Been Framed

30 different interpretations on a picture frame


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What do you get when you ask 30 contemporary artists to frame perfection?

Acton's Treatment Rooms Collective has challenged London's artists to make their mark on a frame. Same frame, 30 different interpretations.


The exhibition of the finished works goes on show from 9th May until June 1st 2013 (Opening times: Tues - Sat 11 - 19.00 and Sun 12 - 18.00).

A private view will take place on Thursday 9th May from 6:30- 8:30pm.

Please support Acton's community gallery by sharing this with the widest possible group of people, inviting guests via our Facebook page
( and joining us
at the Private View.

The exhibition is raising money for exciting and thought-provoking art in the local community and we rely on everyone's help and support.

Artists who have designed a frame for the exhibition include many names from the East London street/urban art scene mixing it up with local arts and crafts people. Completed frames range from street art, sculpture, fine art painting, stain glass, mosaics and textile collage.

Please come along, support the new and wonderful community-run gallery in
Acton and see what a host of amazing artists and crafts people came up with.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words - a frame might be worth even
more. Decide for yourself.

W3 Gallery
185 High Street
W3 8DJ



"Radicalising the Community since 2002"

The Treatment Rooms HQ is the working studio for one of the UK's leading
eccentric anarchic artists Carrie Reichardt; along with a multi-talented
group of artistic friends, collaborators and creative associates.

A stolen door sign from Hackney Mental Asylum 20 years ago gave birth to a
small and slightly unhinged family of like-minded artistic individuals, who
fused together a passion for expressing activism through art. This
rebellious band of renegade siblings eventually came to be known as. The
Treatment Rooms Collective

Ten years on, they have a diverse group of committed Treatment Room Members,
each radicalising their own communities, ranging from incarcerated political
prisoners in Louisiana to Street Artists in Argentina.


7th May 2013


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