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Interview: Pure Evil London

Charles Edwards aka Pure Evil is not just artist and head behind renowned Pure Evil Gallery in London but also an important person in Europe’s urban art scene. Recently the online video magazine Spine TV visited his rooms for the latest issue of their Stolen Moments series and talked to him about his art, his history and how he got in contact with graffiti…

In the 30s, Hitler was refused entry to Austrian art school twice. I would come back as the head of that college in the 30s and change that decision, and tell him his watercolours were totally amazing, and give him a place in art school so he would be a happy artist, and he would never get into politics and war. (Pure Evil)

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When I stayed in London, I used to hang around at Pure Evil’s gallery a lot of times enjoying the relaxed atmosphere and meeting a lot of creative guys. In my eyes visiting the gallery is a must for everyone coming to the British capital – just remember the nice shows of Specter, Nychos or MadC

Via hookedblog.co.uk.

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It spreads the urban Berlin voice loud and clear to metropolises far and wide and celebrates the urban arts, urban exploration movement and guerilla art interventions with news about artists, trends and exhibitions, since 2009.

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