Gallery views of Mexico at the Hour of Combat at California Museum of Photography. The exhibition is on view now through January 5th.
Collected by artist and motorcycle rider Jeff Decker, Hell’s Union: Motorcycle Club Cuts as American Folk Art is an exhibition at UCR ARTSblock that features defunct motorcycle club “cuts,” or vests, and their assorted, colorful club “colors,” or patches, that represent a unique form of American folk art embodying the freedom and nonconformity symbolized by bikers. Jeff Decker is an artist famed for his bronze sculptures of vintage motorcycles and he grew up surrounded by the car culture of southern California in the 1960s. The cuts in this show are almost all denim and are from the 60s and 70s. Continue reading…
Thank you for joining us at the opening reception for Mexico at the Hour of Combat. The exhibition is on view now through January 5th!
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Photo - Iris Coffee Advertisement, 1938-1945, Connell Collection
Hell’s Union: Motorcycle Club Cuts as American Folk Art at California Museum of Photography is on view now through December 8th.