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Frankie Malone, Train 2
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Frankie Malone, Train 2


Train 2
55 x 40 cm Framed
Edition of 8
€375 Framed   (includes 13.5% VAT)


About the Artist


Frankie started his professional career in Dublin. He worked in Temple Lane Studios for many years before starting his graphic path. He worked as a desktop publisher for Graphic Reproductions before becoming the picture desk manager at Inpho Photography. He left Dublin for Barcelona in 2000 and has worked as a freelance photo editor, location manager and photo retoucher for various photographers since. He started the creative agency Studio 83 in 2019 where they provide photography and design solutions for commercial clients as well as the arts. Clients such as MNAC, (Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya), Apple, La Caixa and many more. Frankie’s photography has been published in La Mono Magazine, Adobe’s 99U Magazine, The Guardian, The British Journal of Photography, Metropolitan Magazine and Sparky Mag. In December 2020 his project ‘Train’ was shortlisted for the publication ‘The Crisis & the Future of Democracy’ from the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation. In 2021 the British Journal of Photography chose 2 of his images from the same project for their online exhibition ‘Edition 365’.

Postage and Collection

All postage costs for framed and unframed works are processed separately following order of the print. This is to allow for specific protective packaging for each individual case. After purchase, we will contact you to organise delivery and payment for delivery costs.

Alternatively, free Click-and-Collect is available from The Library Project at 4 Temple Bar Street, D02YK53 during opening hours.




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