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British Punk on paper Exhibition

The Haunch of Venison gallery in London has launched a new exhibition featuring a collection of posters, flyers and miscellaneous memorabilia from the British punk era of the late 1970s and 1980s.

Adam and the Ants feature quite heavily amongst the exhibits with a selection of officially released material such as Decca, Do it and CBS records promotional press posters, lyric and gig flyers designed by Adam and a selection of home made fanzine images.

The exhibition opened at the Burlington Gardens address on September 24th 2010 and runs for several more weeks before closing on 30th October and is spread out over two rooms in the West Room gallery.

The collection of images, pinned to the walls beneath sheets of perspex, are part of a private collection belonging to Toby Mott who has been gathering the material fanatically for over thirty years.

Other than material featuring The Ants there are images featuring:
Sex Pistols, Buzzcocks, X Ray Spex, Slits, Siouxsie and the banshees, 999, Chelsea, Generation X, Clash, Vibrators, Electric Chairs, The Heartbreakers, Penetration, PiL and Boomtown Rats.

There are also showcases that have a collection of books on the subject and a wide selection of fanzines including Sniffin' Glue, Ripped and Torn, In the City, 48 Thrills and Penetration.

There is a book and a limited edition Pogo print available from the gallery.

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