[Visual] Charles Bronson – Artwork On London Underground

Posted in Art, Recommended, Visual by HazBro on April 28, 2010

Charles Bronson's artwork on display at Angel Tube station

Charles Bronson - Artwork On London Underground

Artwork by one of Britain’s most notorious and dangerous prisoners has gone on display at a London Underground station sparking outrage from a victim support group. Charles Bronson was jailed for armed robbery in 1974.

Now one of the criminal’s drawings has been put on show at Angel Tube by underground art exhibition Art Below. Created in 2006 by Ben Moore, Art Below says on its website it uses billboard space “to display the work of emerging creatives”. Bronson’s drawing, which will be displayed at the station for two weeks, depicts a head with three faces poking out of a straitjacket. Full picture of Bronson’s piece after click.


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