London-based Museum of Youth Culture will host the programme of the exhibition, celebrating punk art and nonconformist values.
Formerly known as Punk Rock ‘n’ Roll Art Show, the exhibition will have its seventh edition this year. The display presents photography from the Museum of Youth Culture archive, featuring artworks by Gavin Watson, Chris Parker and Debbie Sears. There will be a series of talks and performances from guest artists. Martin ‘Youth’ Glover of Killing Joke will do an unplugged set and play songs from his upcoming album. One of the talks will feature J C Caroll who is going to tell the story of The Members. The guitarist of the legendary punk band will be interviewed by Chris Salewicz, a music writer and Joe Strummer Biographer.
Named after the eponymous exhibition, the talk ‘Fear & Loathing at the ROXY’ presents photographer, cultural historian and curator Jane Palm-Gold. The artist will tell an in-depth story of The Roxy, the iconic punk venue that was functioning between 1976-1978.
Other guest artists are Luke Morgan (The Highliners), HSS Punk Choir and DJ Jeff Munday.
Punk Art Show UK will take place from 11 to 20 March 2021 at Museum of Youth Culture.
More information and details about the programme are available here.