Box Galleries, 402 King's Road, Chelsea SW10 0LJ
Wednesday, 4 November 2020 – Friday, 13 November 2020
Free Admission

A celebration of the vivacity and rebellion of 1970s Punk will arrive on the King’s Road on 4 November. ‘Illuminati’ will transport visitors to the backstage world of Punk in all its neon glory through the witty and high-octane works of artist Illuminati Neon.

From 4-13 November, discover how the power of punk created a whole dynamic method of expression, primarily with regards to visual art, second only to the music itself at Box Galleries. Fall in love with any of the works? They can be yours to take home, priced between £1,000-£11,000.

Synonymous the tartan-clad kids of the punk scene, the King’s Road has played no small part in helping to secure Punks place in history from the likes of Vivienne Westwood to the Sex Pistols which makes Box Galleries the perfect destination for this exhibition. ILLUMINATI will bring the genre, sub-culture and sheer attitude back to its roots in Chelsea, and World’s End specifically the listed public house that shares its name with the surrounding area at the wester end of the King’s Road.


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