New Free Exhibition For Street Artist Pure Evil

Tabish Khan
By Tabish Khan Last edited 20 months ago
New Free Exhibition For Street Artist Pure Evil
Her Majesty gets the Pure Evil treatment. Copyright Pure Evil.

Street artist Pure Evil has an easily recognisable signature style. A solitary tear drop on all of his portraits.

He may already have a gallery both online and in Shoreditch, but this time he's putting together a special show relating to the swinging 60s. Pure Evil has teamed up with the gallery Proud Chelsea to pull together an exhibition of 60s icons such as Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Twiggy.

It's the perfect location for this exhibition as Chelsea and King's Road was the centre of the 1960s scene in London.

Pure Evil on the King's Road is on at Proud Chelsea, 161 King's Road, SW3 5XP from 23 June-7 August. Entrance is free and the gallery is open seven days a week.

The late David Bowie also features in this exhibition. Copyright Pure Evil.
Brian Jones's tear could easily be seen to represent the downward spiral his life took. Copyright Pure Evil.

Last Updated 05 June 2016