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Pettibon ’ s work is included in the collection of many museums and institutions worldwide including: The Armand Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA ; The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL ; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas ; Ellipse Foundation Contemporary Art Collection, Lisbon, Portugal ; FRAC Nord-Pas de Calais, Lille, France ; Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland ; Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany ; Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA ; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA ; Ludwig Museum, Köln, Germany ; Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI ; Museion, Bolzano, Italy ; Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands ; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL ; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA ; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA ; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY ; Neue Galerie der Stadt Linz, Linz, Austria ; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA ; Saint Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO ; Sammlung Goetz, Munich, Germany ; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA ; Stiftung Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, Switzerland ; Tate Modern, London, United Kingdom ; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada ; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN ; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY ; WIMNAM / CCI, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France.
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Pettibon later remarked that " my values are relativistic, and I ’ ll give a cop the benefit of the doubt.
Pettibon ’ s artwork appeared on fliers, album covers and gift items ( T-shirts, stickers and skateboards ) for Black Flag through the early 1980s, and he became well known in the Los Angeles punk rock scene.
Pettibon ’ s drawings encompass the spectrum of American culture from the deviances of marginal youth-culture to art, literature, sports, religion, politics, and sexuality.
Pettibon ’ s works on paper combine the drawn image and text, both borrowed passages from literature and text written by Pettibon himself.
In addition to his works on paper, Pettibon has also made animations from his drawings, live action films from his own scripts, unique artist ’ s books, fanzines, prints, and large permanent wall drawings that often include an arrangement of his own works on paper almost creating an installation of collage.
In 2007, Dominic Molon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago organized an exhibition titled, Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll since 1967, and included a selection of Pettibon ’ s original drawings from Black Flag concert flyers and album covers.
In 2011, Rizzoli released a comprehensive monograph, edited by Ralph Rugoff, the most comprehensive publication of Pettibon ’ s works to date.
In 2002, he had a solo exhibition, Raymond Pettibon Plots Laid Thick, organized by Museu D ’ art Contemporani de Barcelona ( MACBA ), which traveled to Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo and GEM, Museum Voor Actuele Kunst, The Hague, The Netherlands.
Monographs of Pettibon ’ s work include: Raymond Pettibon, published by Centro de Arte Contemporaneo de Malaga for his solo exhibition in 2006 at the museum in Malaga, Spain and subsequently traveled to the kestnergesellschaft in Hannover, Germany.
Whatever You ’ re Looking For You Wont ’ Find It here, published by the Kunsthalle Wien to accompany Pettibon ’ s exhibition in 2006 ; Turn to the Title Page, an artist book that was specially created as a part of Pettibon ’ s one-artist exhibition at the Whitney Museum in 2005 ; Raymond Pettibon: Plots Laid Thick published by MACBA in Barcelona, Spain in 2002 ; Raymond Pettibon, published by Phaidon Press, Inc. in 2001 ; Raymond Pettibon: The Books 1978-98, edited by Roberto Ohrt and published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walter Konig and DAP, New York in 2000 ; and Raymond Pettibon: A Reader, published by the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago in 1998.
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" After joining the band Rollins would sometimes watch Pettibon draw, admiring his work ethic and the fact that he did not make telephone calls or sit for interviews.
" Pettibon also sold pamphlet books of his work through SST, with titles such as Tripping Corpse, New Wave of Violence, and The Bible, the Bottle, and the Bomb, and did artwork for other SST acts such as the Minutemen.
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Raymond Pettibon ( born Raymond Ginn on June 16, 1957 in Tucson, Arizona ) is an American artist who lives and works in Venice Beach, California.
Pettibon has stated that his interest in this technique is a result of the influence of artists such as William Blake and Goya, and the style of political editorial cartoons.
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Recent visiting artists have included Richard Tuttle, Andrea Fraser, Omer Fast, Rirkrit Tiravanija, DJ Spooky, Kalup Linzy, Elizabeth Peyton, Mel Chin, Thomas Hirschhorn, Raymond Pettibon, Rodney Graham, Isaac Julien, Dave Hickey, Vito Acconci, and many others.
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Pettibon works primarily with Indian ink on paper and many of his early drawings are black and white, although he sometimes introduces color through the use of pencil, watercolor, collage, gouache or acrylic paint.
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By the mid-90s, Pettibon had exhibited extensively, including exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York ; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles ( MOCA ); Kunsthaus Zurich ; White Columns, New York.
In the late 90s, Pettibon to exhibited internationally including shows at the Tramway ( arts centre ) in Glasgow, Scotland, the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles and the 1997 Whitney Biennial.
Pettibon and Museum
In 1992, Pettibon was invited to participate in Helter Skelter: L. A. Art in the 1990s, curated by Paul Schimmel at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles ( MOCA ).
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In 2008, Pettibon participated in the California Biennial, organized by Lauri Firstenberg, which featured one of his works as a large billboard on the Sunset strip in Los Angeles.
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In 2007, Pettibon participated in the Venice Biennial, Think with the Senses – Feel with the Mind: Art in the Present Tense, curated by Robert Storr for which he created a unique wall drawing installation.
Pettibon and Contemporary
Contemporary and post-conceptual artists also made artist's books an important aspect of their practice, notably William Wegman, Bob Cobbing, Martin Kippenberger, Raymond Pettibon, and Suze Rotolo.
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In 2006, Pettibon had a major solo survey exhibition at the Centro de Arte Contemporaneo de Malaga, Spain that traveled to the kestnergesellschaft in Hannover, Germany.
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( Many of these earlier stories had previously been published by SST Records as Selfishness, with illustrations by Raymond Pettibon.
Ginn's brother Raymond Pettibon and SST house record producer-to-be Spot filled in during rehearsals.
The name was suggested by Ginn's brother, artist Raymond Pettibon, who also designed the band's logo: a stylized black flag represented as four black bars.
The band's logo was created by artist Raymond Pettibon to symbolize their themes of rebellion and anarchy.
Greg Ginn's brother Raymond Ginn, under the pseudonym Raymond Pettibon, created the artwork for all of the band's studio releases with the exceptions of Damaged and the " TV Party " single, as well as providing artwork for the band members to transform into merchandise and gig flyers.
When the band found it necessary to change their name from Panic in 1977, it was Pettibon who suggested the new name Black Flag and designed their iconic logo: four vertical black rectangles comprising a stylized rippling black flag.
Pettibon, however, did not always appreciate the band's treatment of his art, which he provided to them largely for free.
" Pettibon also felt pigeonholed by his association with the band, and had a falling out with them in 1985 over artwork used on the cover of the Loose Nut album, which had been used for a flyer several years earlier.
Pettibon became irate and he and Ginn stopped speaking for some time, though his artwork continued to be used for the remainder of the band's career.
Ginn's brother Raymond Pettibon and SST house record producer-to-be Spot filled in sometimes at rehearsals.
The book, printed in both English and French, contains all of Watt's song lyrics from the Minutemen era as well as the tour journal he wrote during the Minutemen's only European tour with Black Flag, essays by former SST co-owner Joe Carducci, Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore, and Blue Öyster Cult lyricist and longtime Watt hero Richard Meltzer, and illustrations by Raymond Pettibon that had been used in all of the Minutemen's album artwork.
Ginn, an English teacher who published several spy novels, Pettibon grew up in Hermosa Beach, California.
When the band discovered that another band called Panic existed, Pettibon suggested the name Black Flag and designed their distinctive " four bars " logo.
Around the same time, Pettibon adopted his new surname, from the nickname petit bon ( good little one ) given to him by his father.
In addition, Pettibon has designed the cover of the 1991 Sonic Youth album, " Goo "; bassist Kim Gordon had been a longtime admirer of Pettibon's art and written about him for Artforum in the 1980s.