Peace Press Graphics 1967–1987
Art in the Pursuit of Social Change
Resist! October 16 (1967)
Jeremy M. Palmer
Silkscreen 22 1/4 x 14 in
Reconstruction (1979)
Bonnie Mettler, Robert Zaugh
Offset print 22 x 12 in
Save Gasoline, Read a Book (1979)
David Feldman, Bonnie Mettler,
Robert Zaugh
Offset print 24 x 17 in
Free Richard Mohawk Paul Skyhorse
(ca. 1976-78)
Dave "Buffalo" Greene
Offset print 23 x 18 in
Save Our Sister Day (1972)
Rupert Garcia
Offset print 22 x 15 in
Alliance for Survival (Date unknown)
Don Farber
Offset print 23 3/7 x 17 1/3 in
Vote-Register (1972)
Unknown Artist
Offset print 21 1/2 x 13 1/2 in
O Hour (1980)
Carol A. Wells
Offset print 22 4/5 x 17 1/2 in
Defend Venice (1975)
Richard Mackson
Offset print 22 x 17 in
Earth Day (1980)
Craig Calsbeek
Offset print 22 x 17 in
We Cannot Live Life as Usual Breaking
with the Old Blessing the New (1984)
France White, SHCJ
Offset print 28 x 20 in
Founded in 1967 by a group of L.A. activist-artists who created an ‘alternate everything’ printing and publishing business, Peace Press emerged from the tangle of progressive political and alternative groups that flourished during the decades between 1960 and 1990. This survey drawn from the archives of the Peace Press Collective showcases an important chapter of visual and cultural history, with posters addressing feminist causes,
workers’ rights, civil liberties, environmental concerns, and the anti-nuclear and anti-war movements. The exhibition will also feature a historical timeline, music, poetry and spoken-word performances and film clips interspersed in the galleries, and a separate film screening series.