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The Alternative Fashion before Glossies, 1985-1995

Published for the exhibition
Alter native Fas hion Bef ore Glossies . 1985–1995
Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow
April 28 – June 12, 2011

Prog Rock Guides / What is Progressive Rock ?(engl)

Progressive rock (often shortened to prog or prog rock) is a form of rock music that evolved in the late 1960s and early 1970s as part of a "mostly British attempt to elevate rock music to new levels of artistic credibility." The term "art rock" is often used interchangeably with "progressive rock", but while there are crossovers between the two genres, they are not identical.


In stead of preface(eng) Scythian tattoos.

© M.Buster. Part of seminar about motives in scythian tattooing,1998.

Divided We Stand(eng)

- An Outline of Scandinavian Situationism.Howard Slater

The reseach behind this introduction springs from a week long continuous drift through various archives in Copenhagen. Beginning as casual interest in the Scandinavian branch of the
situationist movement it soon developted into more fundamental discussion and research regarding revolutionary strategies among avant garde movements. Joint research by Howard Slater & Jakob Jakobsen



Dutch Provos

By Teun Voeten

High Times, January 1990, pp. 32-36, 64-66 & 73

"Methode pour apprendre a dessiner les passions"Charles LeBrun(fran)

 (Метод обучения отображения страсти в живописи)-попытка Шарля Ле Брёна кодификации визуального выражения эмоций в живописи представлена в его небольшом иллюстрированном трактате , который был опубликован посмертно в 1698 году.

Rockers (eng)

An American perspective
written in the Sixties
by John P. Covington.


Oriental Irezumi and Occidental Tattooing in Contemporary Japan.(eng)

by Helena Burton
Oxford University.


The Seeds of Social Destruction(eng)

Charles Radcliffe

Heatwave #1 (July 1966)

CASUALS: THE LOST TRIBE OF BRITAIN They dressed cool and fought(eng)

Sunday Herald, The ,  May 8, 2005   by BARRY DIDCOCK

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