When punk first exploded as a counter-cultural movement in the mid-1970s, the music was loud, fast, angry, and raw. This exhibit focuses on the visual aesthetics of punk in posters, concert flyers, LPs and 45s, underground zines, photos, buttons and other cultural ephemera.
Image: The Cortinas Defiant Pose/Independence, 1977. Poster, The Cortinas. Courtesy of the collection of Andrew Krivine.