Artists Revealed For 2022 Punk Art Show UK

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The 2022 Punk Art Show UK has announced it will launch this year’s art show at Museum of Youth Culture in central London on the 11th March with live performances from Youth (Killing Joke), JC Caroll (The Members) and Luke Morgan (The Highliners), HSS Punk Choir and other special guests. The Punk Art Show UK is a free exhibition opening on the evening of 11th March, then daily until 20th March from noon to 7pm. During this month, the museum will be celebrating self-expression with additional photographic images from their archive on punk from Gavin Watson, Chris Parker and Debbie Sears. Now in its seventh year, The Punk Art Show UK has built a reputation for hosting exclusive artwork by musicians from original 1977 bands from the punk genre and beyond, you can buy art and many of the musicians from the scene will be present at the launch party.

The full list of artists exhibiting their exclusive art includes; Martin ‘Youth’ Glover (Killing Joke), Gavin Jay (Jim Jones All Stars), Gaye Black (The Adverts), Charlie Harper (UK Subs), Chris Bashford (Chelsea), Knox, (The Vibrators), JC Caroll (The Members), Spizz (Spizz Energi), Luke Morgan (The Highliners), Gerry Laffy (Girl), Chris Sullivan (Blue Ronda) and Mick Negative (Anti-Pasti), as well as legendary record sleeve designer, Malcolm Garrett, and Roxy historian and artist, Jane Palm Gold. This year there will also be two free evening talks with special guests speakers discussing the punk genre and life in a punk band and more, these will take place on the 16th March, (Still) Annoying The Neighbours -The Story Of The Members, and 17th March, Fear & Loathing At The Roxy.

We are really excited to host the  Punk Art Show UK – it is the perfect fit for the museum. The art from the musicians and our own archival content, subculture bookstore and record shop will resonate with the genre’s aficionados. Proceeds from all events help fund the Museum’s education youth work across the UK.“ (Jon Swinstead, Founder of The Museum Of Youth Culture)