After the sucess of the "the New Fantastic 4"  group show back in March of this year {blogged here}, Remed returns to the Pure Evil Gallery this Thursday 3 June for his own solo show.

Remed discovered the art of painting in a studio in Lille, France, heavily influenced by Art Nouveau and 70s pattern graphics. Feeling constrained by the restrictions of his studio, he started interacting with his environment, painting street pieces in Lille, which he describes as traces of ideas and witnesses.

Remed now travels the world leaving traces of ideas in the various environments he encounters and continues to work on canvas and sculpture, mixing text and image, unifying them to express more then letters, images and words.
We called into the gallery yesterday to find Remed hard at work on a large scale mural in the basement. Another show not to miss this evening if you are in East London.

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