Zero Cool Gallery: London group show
Zero Cool has opened up in London with their first ever show. To kick things off they’ve opened with a group showing, showcasing work from Hush, ©opy®ight and Meggs to name but a few.
Click through to read more about the show and see some shots of it.
The gallery on 33 Marshall St;
A selection of work by Hush;
Several canvas’s by ©opy®ight;
Two huge wooden canvas’s by Meggs;
T-shirts by The London Police were also on sale;
A good selection of Zoot originals;
Probably my fave pieces from the show, Ben Frost’s ‘Self Regenerating Bambi’ prints in original and rare colourways – together they look fantastic;
Work by Meggs, T@wat, ©opy®ight and Asbestos down in the basement;
Work by Nesbit and rare ©opy®ight AP print;
Work by ©opy®ight, Hush and Nesbit in the basement;
All in all it’s a really good show and great opportunity to see some of the pieces in the flesh which I’ve only ever seen online and I’m looking forward to see what Zero Cool has in store for the future.
The gallery is located on 33 Marshall Street, just off Carnaby Street and is centrally located and very easy to get to. The show will run from June 13th until June 28th.