Yes Yes Yes Alternative Press 1966 - 1977, From Provo to Punk
The Yes Yes Yes – Alternative Press exhibition, held in Urbino at Collegio Tridente in June 2014, proposes a chronological series of magazines, from the European Provo publications and the revolutionary underground American prints of the 60s and 70s, to the Punk period of 1977, the last revolution before the post-modern cultural alienation.
This subsequent catalogue is the ultimate compendium of counterculture press in the United States and the Netherlands during the heady decades of the 1960s and ’70s, this volume is the definition of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll. From underground pornography, free love, anti-establishment anarchism, and Provo, to anti-war protests, spiritual empowerment, the Black Panthers, and women’s liberation, it’s all here. Page after page of magazine covers, articles, advertisements, and clippings encapsulate this era.
Title: Yes Yes Yes Alternative Press 1966 - 1977, From Provo to Punk (Second Edition)
Publisher: A+m Bookstore, Viaindustriae, 2015
Author: E. De Donno, A. Martegani (Eds.)
Graphic Design: Guido Dal Prà
Size: 31 x 23 cm, 496 pages
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