Copyright: Pop Lives, Pagan Hearts

Pop Lives, Pagan Hearts is a solo exhibition showcasing a brand new collection of original works from the artist Copyright. Featuring 2D & 3D works on wood, new limited editions and experimental installation pieces...

Private View: November 22nd, 6pm – 9pm RSVP:

23rd November – 2nd December 2012

Pure Evil Gallery, 108 Leonard St, London, EC2A 4RH

Future and Past Shows

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Cranio: Lost in London

155-171 Tooley St, London Bridge

Zero Cool Gallery and Red Bull have teamed together to bring Brazilian artist Cranio to the UK for his first ever solo show. The exhibition titled Lost in London will open on the 15th of November 2012 at Red Bull Studios London and will showcase his latest body of work which sees his characters much like himself venture into London for the first time... interacting with its people and places.

Private View: Thursday 15th of November, 6pm – 10pm

Open:16th – 19th November, 11am – 6pm (Closed Sunday)

November 15th 2012

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155-171 Tooley St, London Bridge

In late May Zero Cool Gallery are planning another jaunt to our nation’s capital for our summer spectacular ‘SUPERPOPMAGICSHOW!’ Featuring a whole host of Technicolor kids raised on a diet of TV and Popping Candy, who will be presenting a whole host of ‘Subversive Pop’ treats for all you lovely people... we will then be swiftly packing up and heading North before the invasion of Athletes, Mascots and 3 Hour Tube Rides!

Featuring Copyright (UK) / Ben Frost (AUS) / INSA (UK) / Andrew McAttee (UK) / Bei Badgirl (AUS) / Numskull (AUS) / Cranio (BRA) / Bridge Stehli (AUS) / Gemma Compton (UK) / Jon Drypnz (NZ) / Hayden Kays (UK)


Thurs 24th May

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Rone x Tom French

155-171 Tooley St, London Bridge

April 2012 will see two of the most exciting artist to emerge in recent year’s RONE (AUS) and Tom French (UK) link up to put on a joint show with Zero Cool Gallery.

Rone’s posters are some of the most iconic in Australia, hiding under overpasses throughout Melbourne. He is renowned for the stylised images of ‘girls’ faces – it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that he has had more posters in Melbourne’s streets than any other artist in the city’s history.

Tom French progresses his distinctive skull images, with the addition of previously unseen oil paintings, to be shown alongside his characteristic charcoal pieces. These new works combine photorealism, abstraction and surrealism with a suggestive narrative, treading the fine line between the beautiful and the unsettling, focusing on the reflection of the conscious and subconscious mind.

Friday: 10am - 5pm
Saturday: 11am - 6pm
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 10am - 5pm
Tuesday: 10am - 3pm

26th April 2012

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Meggs (AUS) - Inner Demons

155-171 Tooley St, London Bridge

After massive success in the States and his native Australia, Zero Cool is thrilled to announce that in June 2011 Meggs will be staging his first UK solo show. The show Inner Demons will feature a collection of new originals, limited edition screen prints, gallery installations and a whole host of surprises...

June 23rd 2011

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Copyright (UK) x Numskull (AUS) - Precious Damage

155-171 Tooley St, London Bridge

Copyright X Numskull Two Artists - One Hundred Works - One Night Only Each artist will be producing 50 works on cardboard mixing paint, paste and print which will fill the exhibition space creating a collage instalation... each piece will be for sale at just £100 and will be taken straight off the wall when bought so it can be taken home with you when you leave...

February 17th 2011

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Copyright - Equal Opposites

155-171 Tooley St, London Bridge

Equal Opposites is a brand new body of work by the artist Copyright. Newton's law states that "every action has an equal and opposite reaction", Copyright explores this notion, but in a metaphysical sense. He explores the ideas of karma and consequences, often ending in tragedy. The exhibition will showcase collection that of work which examines the various results of the same action. Equal Opposites will definitely create a reaction.

Oct 28th - Nov 2nd 2010

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Zero Cool London

33 Marshall St, Carnaby, London

Once upon a time somebody angry and French described England as being "A Nation of Shopkeepers" so not looking to cause an international incident we have embraced this and come June we will be opening our 'Art Shop' just off Carnaby Street. Now some might see this as simply an excuse to spend a month in sunny London Town and have a bit of a jolly but we have infact done a bit of work and got some artists involved and put together what is shaping up to be a pretty dandy event.

Opening at 11am on Saturday the 13th of June and running until Sunday the 28th with paintings, prints and bric-a-brac from artists including Asbestos, Copyright, Ben Frost, Hush, Meggs, Tasso, The London Police, Zoot and Many More. There will also be a number of late night openings with Live Painting, DJ's and Junk which will be announced closer to the time.

June 13th - 28th 2009