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London Calling - Immune to the mid life crisis

For the new generations, the concept of punk has not disappeared. However, it is not because they have brought back the music and the destructive, revolutionary attitude of this social movement that began in the mid-1970s, but rather becauseā€”for the new generationsā€”punk can still be seen as a logo on a t-shirt made by huge multinational textile companies, by which they show their rebellion on Instagram. And it makes sense somehow as the current context is a long way off what young people were going through in a decade that was golden for music, but dark grey in all things social. After the 1960s countercultureā€™s failure to produce the world of rainbows and unicorns that it had foretold, the new generation came up hard against a really that pushed them into a life of hardship, or at best, boring bourgeois routine. This frustration manifested itself through a new movement that took looking different to the extreme and proclaimed anarchy as its way of life.

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Interview Stefan BrĆ¼ggemann

Stefan BruĢˆggemann was born in 1975 in Mexico City; he currently lives and works between Mexico City, London, and Ibiza. He has exhibited individually, to name a few, at: Hauser & Wirth, Zurich, and Hauser & Wirth New York (2017), Centro Galego de Arte ContemporaĢnea, A CorunĢƒa, Spain (2016); FundacioĢ Gaspar, Barcelona, Spain (2016); Parra & Romero, Ibiza, Spain (2014). And he has participated in fairs such as: Frieze New York 2018 ARCOmadrid 2018, Art Basel Miami Beach 17.

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