Art Review: Punk 1976-78 @ The British Library
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★★☆☆☆ If I have learnt one thing from visiting the ‘Punk 1976-78’ exhibition at the British Library, it is to never pretend to be someone I am not. Set in its traditional ways, the British Library is good at what it does. It is an amazing resource to access any book you could ever need, being the ideal place to find obscure and hard-to-find texts. Anarchy, on the other hand, is not one of the library’s strengths. The juxtaposition of punk and the library was probably deliberate, but I could not help but wonder if the institution had missed the point of the rebellious movement.
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