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Sex Pistols | Promotional Poster, 1977

Sex Pistols

Sex Pistols | Promotional Poster, 1977

Table of contents, Punk Magazine, Issue 1, January 1976

Section 2 - Punk Magazine & School Of Visual Arts — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 2: John Holmstrom and Legs McNeil launch Punk Magazine; visual imagery connected to the Ramones and Blondie; students at the School of Visual Art participate in the birth of Punk as a music and visual arts phenomena.

Punk Magazine, Issue 3 featuring Joey Ramone, 1976

Section 2 - Punk Magazine & School Of Visual Arts — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 2: John Holmstrom and Legs McNeil launch Punk Magazine; visual imagery connected to the Ramones and Blondie; students at the School of Visual Art participate in the birth of Punk as a music and visual arts phenomena.

Punk Art Catalogue - Section II: Punk Magazine & School of Visual Arts - 98 Bowery: 1969-1989

Section 2 - Punk Magazine & School Of Visual Arts — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 2: John Holmstrom and Legs McNeil launch Punk Magazine; visual imagery connected to the Ramones and Blondie; students at the School of Visual Art participate in the birth of Punk as a music and visual arts phenomena.

John Holmstrom (cover), The Legend of Nick Detroit, Punk Magazine, Issue 6, October 1976

Section 2 - Punk Magazine & School Of Visual Arts — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 2: John Holmstrom and Legs McNeil launch Punk Magazine; visual imagery connected to the Ramones and Blondie; students at the School of Visual Art participate in the birth of Punk as a music and visual arts phenomena.

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Section 2 - Punk Magazine & School Of Visual Arts — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 2: John Holmstrom and Legs McNeil launch Punk Magazine; visual imagery connected to the Ramones and Blondie; students at the School of Visual Art participate in the birth of Punk as a music and visual arts phenomena.

Punk Magazine, Issue 2 featuring Patti Smith, 1976
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Section 2 - Punk Magazine & School Of Visual Arts — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 2: John Holmstrom and Legs McNeil launch Punk Magazine; visual imagery connected to the Ramones and Blondie; students at the School of Visual Art participate in the birth of Punk as a music and visual arts phenomena.

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Drawing by Screaming Mad George, Punk Magazine, Issue 8, 1977

Section 2 - Punk Magazine & School Of Visual Arts — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 2: John Holmstrom and Legs McNeil launch Punk Magazine; visual imagery connected to the Ramones and Blondie; students at the School of Visual Art participate in the birth of Punk as a music and visual arts phenomena.

Alan Suicide with his sculpture at OK Harris Gallery, 1975. Photo by Yuri

Section 4 - Suicide, Bad Boys, Tattoos — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 4: Alan Suicide's electrified junk sculpture; "Frankie Teardrop" presages the music video genre; Marcia Resnick defines the fascistic element of Punk photography; and Ruth Marten stages a tattoo performance.

Chris Stein, from "The Legend of Nick Detroit," Punk Magazine, Issue 6, October 1976

Section 2 - Punk Magazine & School Of Visual Arts — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 2: John Holmstrom and Legs McNeil launch Punk Magazine; visual imagery connected to the Ramones and Blondie; students at the School of Visual Art participate in the birth of Punk as a music and visual arts phenomena.

Marcia Resnick, "Pat Place, Leslie Schiff, Ruth Marten from Bad Boys," in X Motion Picture Magazine, Vol. 2, Issues 2 & 3, February 1978

Section 4 - Suicide, Bad Boys, Tattoos — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 4: Alan Suicide's electrified junk sculpture; "Frankie Teardrop" presages the music video genre; Marcia Resnick defines the fascistic element of Punk photography; and Ruth Marten stages a tattoo performance.

Ruth Marten working on her installation, Punk Art Exhibition, Washington DC, 1978

Section 4 - Suicide, Bad Boys, Tattoos — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 4: Alan Suicide's electrified junk sculpture; "Frankie Teardrop" presages the music video genre; Marcia Resnick defines the fascistic element of Punk photography; and Ruth Marten stages a tattoo performance.

Neke Carson painting his "rectal realist" portrait of Andy Warhol, 1972. Photograph by Anton Perich.

Section 5 - Animal X, Destructive Mouse, Rectal Realism — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 5: Punk meets fashion with Animal X; Steven Kramer's destructive mouse; Christa Maiwald screws the camera; and Neke Carson's "rectal realist" portrait of Andy Warhol is stolen from the show.

"Iggy Pop," Art-Rite #13, 1977

Section 4 - Suicide, Bad Boys, Tattoos — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 4: Alan Suicide's electrified junk sculpture; "Frankie Teardrop" presages the music video genre; Marcia Resnick defines the fascistic element of Punk photography; and Ruth Marten stages a tattoo performance.

Victor Hugo and Andy Warhol, Photo by Jimmy DeSana from X Magazine

Section 1 - Preface, Precedents, Warhol Interview — 98 BOWERY: 1969-89

Punk Art Catalogue (1978) - Section 1: Preface by Alice Denney; Punk Precedents, a historical essay by Gerald Silk; and an interview with Andy Warhol and Victor Hugo on Punk by Billy Kluver.