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For the past decade, Providence, RI, has been the site of a radical underground art scene, giving rise to a multi-faceted, unbridled aesthetic that is as distinct as it is influential. As a celebration of the movement, The Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design is presenting the exhibition Wunderground. The companion publication, Wunderground- Providence, 1995 to the Present features a foreword by celebrated artist and designer Gary Panter, 128 pages of full color illustrations and 4 fold-out gatefolds. Artists, musicians, writers and students who created and witnessed the rise of the movement offer shorter texts providing a kaleidoscopic portrait of a time and place.
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design
Providence, Rhode Island
exhibitions; posters; Providence, RI
Art and Design
Tannenbaum, Judith and Allison, Maya, "Wunderground: Providence, 1995 to the Present" (2006). Books. 6.
Contents: Foreword / Gary Panter -- An interview with Sasha Wiseman / Judith Tannenbaum --Only in Loneyville / Sara Agniel -- Reminiscences / Bob Arellano, Hanna Fushihara Aron, Rob Coggeshall, Cybele Collins, Dave Fischer, Lu Heintz, Ben McOsker, René Morales, Matt Obert, Carly Ptak, Doug Singsen, Meredith Stern, Mike Taylor, Sasha Wiseman.
Artists: Gary Panter, Mat Brinkman, Brian Chippendale, Jim Drain, Leif Goldberg, Jungil Hong, Xander Marro, Erin Rosenthal, Pippi Zornoza, Mat Brinkman, Brian Chippendale, Jim Drain, Leif Goldberg, Jungil Hong, Xander Marro, Erin Rosenthal, Pippi Zornoza
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