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Pure Evil Presents 3 London Private View Thursday 2nd December 2010

The exhibition will be happening in 3 galleries in Paris, Los Angeles and London… Each artist brings 3 pieces for each show…
There’s no curation, there’s no wordy intellectual press release there’s just ’3’…

3 in Paris is going to open at the Lebenson Gallery in the Marais on the 25th of November and run until December 31st …
3 in London is in the Londonewcastle ProjectSpace at 28 Redchurch Street, City of London E2 7DP… Its going to open on the 2nd of December and run until December 31st…
3 in Los Angeles will be later in 2011…

More information and general vibes about the show can be found here
pureevilgallery.arloartists.com
pureevilgallery.tumblr.com/archive.

3 in Paris is going to open at the Lebenson Gallery in the Marais on the 25th of November and run until December 31st …

3 in London is in a HUGE space at:
28 Redchurch Street, City of London E2 7DP… Its going to open on the 2nd of December and run until December 31st…

3 in Los Angeles will be later in 2011…

Participating artists :
andrew mcattee,bom-k ,dain ,danny gretscher,eine,grady, gordon,gustavo ortiz,isaac cordal ,james flames ,jeanne briand, lucas price,mason marcobello,Medo ,pure evil,Rene Almanza,roa ,silencio,
wendell mcshine,Yuval Shaul,Sowat,Rodez,valerie browne,Medo,Jaz
Edgar Argaez,Dixon,danny gretscher,edith kia ,Nicolas feouillat,Sten + Lex,Miss bugs,Wildcat will,Daniel Acosta,Daniel Berman,Uriel Marin,Apex
L’atlas,Ephameron,Patricia Colli,Gabriel Mbembe,JOHN UZZELL EDWARDS,
DAN MABE,NYCHOS.

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