The Boo-Hooray Gallery gallery has culled an exhibit from 3000 fanzines, flyers and original art stuffed into a cupboard at the Dial House, home to Penny Rimbaud — poet, anarchist and drummer from Crass. Sift through this treasure trove of pre-computer (and often, pre-xerox) anarcho-punk ephemera from 1976 through 1984.
The exhibit features a new audio installation by Rimbaud, art by Gee Vaucher and bits of her “nihilist newspaper for the living,” the International Anthem. Ogle it! If you’re a young one, you might have to Google it. “In All Our Decadence People Die,” Sep 30 – Oct 20, Boo-Hooray Gallery, NYC