Art For Bhopal: ‘Skullduggerous’ at Pure Evil Gallery

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The ‘Skullduggerous’ group show features artworks inspired by the corporate crime and skullduggery behind the world’s worst industrial disaster – the 1984 Union Carbide gas leak in Bhopal, India

Skullduggerous Skull Buggerers - opens 4th March.

The ‘Skullduggerous’ group show features artworks inspired by the corporate crime and skullduggery behind the world’s worst industrial disaster – the 1984 Union Carbide gas leak in Bhopal, India.

Some of the best names in street art and radical, contemporary art will be showing at the Pure Evil Gallery, 108 Leonard Street, London, ECA 4RH

04 - 13 March 2010 (opening show 6-9pm, 4th March, free to all)

Contributing artists include:

  • Slinkachu
  • Simon Periton
  • Swoon
  • Georgie Hopton
  • China Mike
  • Andrew McAttee
  • James Bates
  • Kid Acne
  • Vesna Parchet
  • Pure Evil

Plus, many other contemporary, radical, and urban artists from both the UK and abroad. With contributions still coming in, we expect to feature the work of around 50 artists. All artworks have been donated and sale proceeds go 100% toThe Bhopal Medical Appeal.

The story of the Bhopal gas leak is one of ongoing human tragedy and environmental disaster. Over 20,000 lives have been lost, and the suffering continues today. While Dow Chemical argues its responsibility, the abandoned pesticide plant is allowed to continue to leach toxic chemicals into the water supply and poison new generations.

The Bhopal Medical Appeal is a UK charity that funds a clinic in Bhopal to provide free treatment for suffers of the 1984 gas leak disaster and the present day water poisoning. To find out more go to: http://www.bhopal.org

Exhibition Previews: http://artforbhopal.tumblr.com
Flickr: http://tiny.cc/LQELN
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Exhibition open to all
Pure Evil Gallery
108 Leonard Street, London, ECA 4RH
Tel: 020 7729 2866
http://www.pureevil.eu

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