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Punk and New Wave graphic from TO/RN Apart gallery exhibition

Torn Apart: Punk, New Wave + The Graphic Aftermath, 1976-86

Written By Jaade Archer | Aug 18, 2022

Torn Apart is the largest exhibition of punk and new wave graphics ever shown on the West Coast. The show includes around one-thousand pieces of graphic design ephemera produced from 1976 to 1986, mostly from England and the US, and includes posters, flyers, publications, clothing, stickers, and buttons. The work is pulled from Andrew Krivine’s Too Fast to Live collection, curated by CalArts graphic design faculty Michael Worthington, and is accompanied by a selection of vintage punk photographs by renowned music photographer Sheila Rock.

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