An Evening with Pure Evil

An Evening with Pure Evil

Saturday 7 August 2021

Times: 7:30pm

Prices: £25

Venue: Moyses Hall

Booking information


Saturday 7 August 2021, 7.30pm


This event is promoted by Moyse's Hall in association with Brandler Galleries

Event details

As part of the Moments exhibition and in association with Brandler Galleries, Moyse's Hall is delighted to present an evening with the artist Pure Evil.

Pure Evil (British, b.1968) is the alias of Welsh-born Graffiti artist Charles Uzzell Edwards.

The son of painter John Uzzell Edwards, the artist studied fashion and graphics in London, before relocating to California, where he was first exposed to Street Art while working as a designer, and was inspired, in particular, by the works of artists such as Twist and Reminisce, who were very active in the West Coast Graffiti Art scene of the 1990s.

After a decade in California, he moved back to London, became involved in Banksy’s pop-up gallery concept known as 'Santa’s Ghetto', and began producing his now-famous images of fanged bunnies.

Known today for his wide-ranging body of work, including his portraits of famous figures depicted with drips of dark paint under their eyes, he has had exhibitions around the world, at the Saatchi Gallery and Victoria and Albert Museum in London, at the Culture Gallery in Cape Town, South Africa, and at the Baker Gallery in Cologne, among others.

This event includes drinks, a Q&A session and the opportunity to enjoy the full Moments exhibition.

Please note, tickets for this event are strictly limited to create an intimate ‘up close’ environment.

Starts: 7.30pm
Tickets: £25
Booking: Essential - use the ‘Book now’ button or call 01284 758000
Venue: Moyse's Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds

This event is promoted by Moyse's Hall Museum in association with Brandler Galleries.

Includes drinks and entry to the Moments exhibition

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