Pure Evil Gallery


Run by famous street artist Pure Evil, this gallery is brimming with thought-provoking images from a wide range of artists. The rough and ready interiors reflect the concept behind Pure Evil: authentic art from the street, with no imitations. Fans of the late graffiti artist King Robbo should definitely head to this spot, as it has hosted auctions in his name. For those looking to add some rhythm to their urban art, there is a music production studio in the basement.

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Pure Evil Gallery

Leonard Street

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Les 7 meilleurs avis de Pure Evil Gallery

3.0 su 5
16 December 2011
di Glen M.

Teeny tiny. Worth a look if you're in the area. "Cool", "Edgy", and perhaps a little "up its own"...

But worth a look all the same. Continua

4.0 su 5
01 October 2008
di Purchaser

Great little gallery for up n coming street / urban artists, in the Old Street / Shoreditch area. Nice selection of limited edition prints for sale. Worthwhile checking out when in the area & if you're into street art! Continua

4.0 su 5
01 December 2008
di Martina O.

I come across this quirky little gallery on my lunch break one day when I used to work nearby.

Places like this certainly makes life a little more interesting. The main gallery space is quite compact with prints sprawled everywhere and a workshop out the back.

Downstairs which you 'enter at your own risk', as the sign says on the wall has a warehouse feel to it with whitewashed brick walls,... Continua

3.0 su 5
10 January 2010
di Vincent R.

I love street art, live in the area and often look through the window when i go by on Leonard St, though alas I am yet to add anything from the Pure Evil Gallery to my burgeoning collection, mainly because the numbers on the prints and the prices on the canvas just don't add up.

I understand you can't sell things for a song and a dance, but at the same time you can't take the mickey... Continua

4.0 su 5
03 October 2010
di Kat B.

This gallery is definitely tiny - but it's worth a look if you're into graffiti and street art.

I went here for the preview of the ROBBO show, which wasn't amazing but which was memorable because of the place's interesting, musty basement.

Walking down a creaky, narrow stairwell, we encountered piled-up doors (yes... doors) in the corner - all painted robin's egg blue - mossy brick walls,... Continua

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