An unconventional publication documenting the appearance and evolution of the Punk movement in the Netherlands, consisting of a loose-leaf binder with 48 plastic sleeves containing a plethora of visual material with some commentary and explanation (in English), including introductory text by Leonor Amelie Jonker on the Dutch cultural context in the wake of the psychedelic and politically oriented 1960's, color photocopies of posters, concert announcements, and photocollages, articles on political activities regarding squatters in Amsterdam, photographs of graffiti, documentation of performances and gallery happenings, cartoons, fanzines, original photographic prints, a cd of original material from the 1970's, buttons, etc. Large 4to. All material housed in plastic sleeves, contained in printed loose-leaf binder. Amsterdam (CultClub Productions in collaboration with artKITCHEN gallery and Galerie A) 2011. One of only 100 copies. A fascinating and important compilation, destined to become the definitive work on the subject. Designed by Hugo Kaagman and filled with a disparate array of posters, photos, buttons, and reproductions of primary material, the publication captures the spirit of the time both in subject matter and presentation. Among the many bands, clubs and galleries documented are Jesus and the Gospelfuckers, Rondos, Railbirds, Bunker, the first appearance of the Sex Pistols in Amsterdam, DDT666, Dub Club Paradiso, Galerie A, Galerie Anus, etc. As of June 2015, WorldCat locates four holdings in North America. (Inventory #: 47081)
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