Avant-garde from Below: Transgressive Performance from Iggy Pop to Joe Coleman and GG Allin
by Clemens Marschall Author
An exploration of punk spirit and avant-garde theory through their most contentious and scandalous participants. Three unique, transgressive characters form the core of this book: Iggy Pop, who was punk before punk; Joe Coleman, who distanced himself from the then-existing punk scene; and GG Allin, who died for what he thought was punk. Also includes four extensive chapters on the history of avant-garde punk, and never-before published photos and interviews with other boundary-pushing, taboo-breaking artists (including Microcosm's own Jeri Cain Rossi).
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