Arts & Culture

Jerkface’s ‘Villainy’ opens at the Maddox Gallery

Taking our favourite childhood characters as we’ve never seen them before. An exhibition from New York based artist Jerkface has opened at the Maddox gallery in Mayfair.

The artist is known for work which re-imagines pop culture iconography, and has never revealed his true identity.

London Live’s Art Critic, James Nicholls has been explaining more.

Jerkface’s ‘Villainy’ is on at the Maddox Gallery until 15th July.

Alicia Edwards 25th June 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationWestminster

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