In a special location under Myer at Sydney’s Pitt Street Mall, Samsung has promised shoppers a televisual and artistic treat, bringing a stunning collection of international and Australian artworks.
As you can imagine with the TV that is Samsung’s “The Frame”, these artworks will be displayed on the The Frame, bringing “art and TV together.”
Samsung states that The Frame is “More than a TV” at its website (linked above), and proudly boasts that “The Frame can transform your living space into a mesmerising gallery of curated art".
But that’s the exhibition at your place if you’re a Frame owner.
For the general public, there will be a host of free activities for shoppers to enjoy during the course of the exhibition under Myer at Pitt St Mall, including “design panel events with industry experts like Jen Bishop, Greg Natale, and Steve Cordony, along with live painting sessions by renowned Australian artist MULGA".
Want more? Of course you do.
You’ll be pleased to know that “visitors to the exhibition will also have the chance to win The Frame TV".
So, whether your style is “boho, scandi, or jungalow,” Samsung assures us all that “there’s an art piece to suit you in the Samsung Collection.”
The exhibition will be open from 5 August to 1 September during shopping hours.
You’re invited to “come down to check out The Frame, a remarkable TV when turned on and a magnificent work of art when turned off".
You’ll find more information and timings for scheduled activities over at the Samsung Australia Facebook page.