Today we viewed a show entitled, "Panic Attack! Art in the Punk Years." I really enjoyed this show. It was not afraid to display the most controversial work of the time that was really pushing the envelope. I'm a fan of Robert Mapplethorpe, and some of his less well known photography, which isn't very graphic in nature, was actually very nice. I was most drawn to Basquiat's work however, which is closely linked to the emergence of graffiti art.
Later on, we listened to Ron Sheppard, the owner of Faulkner's, a book binding supplier.