Mal-One's show - The Class of '76 - opened it doors on 24 November for the private view and what a night! The gallery was packed with people all reliving a moment in time which meant so much to them and helped shaped our society as it is today.
The art work has a brash style and uses collage techniques, using memorabilia from one of the largest collection in England. Moving through the gallery, Mal-One’s intricate collage art was perfectly soundtracked by the musings of a multi-generational crowd, fondly reminiscing over favourite LPs and wild nights out.
Whether you’re a Class of ‘76 alumnus yourself, you’ve grown up with your parents’ punk collection, or you’re a more casual observer of the scene, it’s impossible to deny the impact that punk has had on popular culture.
Following the success and excitement of the private viewing, we’re throwing our doors open to the public every Tuesday and Wednesday between 2pm and 5pm.
Whether you’re looking for your own piece of punk rock history to take home, or you just fancy soaking up the innovative and energetic vibes of rock’s last great rebellion, drop by for a history lesson like you’ve never seen before!
The Bozboz Gallery is located at 30 Richmond Place, BN2 9NA and is free to all comers. For all enquiries please contact Lee@bozboz.co.uk or Kitty@bozboz.co.uk or call 01273 715 947