Aug 07, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
Head to London’s Hayward Gallery Project Space for an exciting journey through punk culture in the 1970s. Prepare to be immersed into an authentic world of anarchic visuals.
The exhibition is bursting with unseen art, graphics, and designs, alongside an archive of items such as cassette tapes, posters, handbills, records, and clothing inspired by the pre-punk, punk, and post-punk movements. Publications of early fanzines including articles on the Ramones, Sex Pistols, and Black Flag are a particular highlight. The atmosphere is made complete with blasting punk music, which really drives the experience home.
The exhibition runs through November 4th at the Hayward Gallery Project Space.
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