In November 2016 Millennium Point hosted FRAME16, a competition and exhibition featuring 70 images submitted by photographers from across the West Midlands. The winning image was submitted by Warren Alani, who now presents a solo show on Millennium Point’s Atrium Wall.

This unique exhibition is a selection of Warren Alani’s work, across various styles and themes, but all linked by his inquisitive eye and a desire to share a snapshot in time. 


Throughout the exhibition, you will experience award-winning images that capture a broad range of topics, from the relationship between humans and our architectural environment, to stunning portraits and exhilarating sport-action shots. All of the photos have been captured within the last few years, and are presented here in black and white prints.

With his unique photographic vision and ever-curious eye for the still image, Warren Alani is a highly acclaimed photographer. 

Warren Alani at Millennium Point

With attention to detail across portraiture, landscapes and street-style snapshots, Warren has earned recognition from The Royal Photographic Society and the Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique, alongside an honours distinction from the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain.

Having had his work featured as part of the London Salon and in competition displays around the world, Warren is now extremely proud have his work displayed back in his hometown of Birmingham here at Millennium Point.

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