Tue 5 June 2007, The Independent

The filth and the fury: new exhibition revives the incendiary fervour of the punk years

By Arifa Akbar
When a groundbreaking exhibition opened at the ICA on 18 October 1976, its displays of pornographic images, chains, syringes and used tampons were so incendiary that the London art gallery was forced to take down the works and place them in boxes.
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