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End of Silence: A Punk Survey of Gregg Deal | Interview by Krysti Joméi | Photos by Wes Magyar

Published Issue 105, September 2022 Colorado-based artist, activist and disruptor Gregg Deal just launched his solo-exhibition, End of Silence: A Punk Survey of Gregg Deal, at RedLine Contemporary Arts Center in Denver. As part of the gallery’s current theme, Roots Radical: An Exploration Into Indigenous Ancestry and Experience, Gregg’s show focuses on the parallels of …

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RedLine Presents: End of Silence — A Punk Survey by Gregg Deal

The End of Silence: A Punk Survey at RedLine Gallery By Gregg Deal Published Issue 104, August 2022 The ethos of Punk parallels the ethos of Indigenous people so profoundly that its resonance with Native people should be obvious.  Disenfranchisement, pushing against power structures that restrict, oppress or suppress, questioning and challenging authority are coupled …

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