Marc Hundley's Imagined Artifacts of the '60s and '70s

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We may be over a decade into the new millennium, but counterculture’s golden era of the 1960s and ’70s still captures the imagination of artists and bohemians the world over. It is that spirit of wistfulness that pervades Marc Hundley’s Joan Baez is Alive, a show that opens today at Manhattan’s Team Gallery and runs through October 29th. Appropriating the styles of promotional materials, Hundley personalizes tickets and posters that evoke the past with details from his own relationship with the artists he references: a Joan Baez poster commemorates the time and place where he first heard her album Diamonds and Rust, while A Woman Under the Influence bears the name of the Cassavetes film’s lead actress, Gena Rowlands, along with a date and location. Preview a selection of images that pay homage to everything from Virginia Woolf to free love after the jump.

Marc Hundley, A Woman Under the Influence

Marc Hundely, Joan Baez Live. Courtesy of Team Gallery.

Marc Hundley, The Rose. Courtesy of Team Gallery.

Marc Hundley, 100,000 Fireflies, 34” x 22”. Courtesy of Team Gallery.

Marc Hundley, But I Can See, 17” x 11”. Courtesy of Team Gallery.

Marc Hundley, Free Love Ticket, 2.75” x 4.25”. Courtesy of Team Gallery.

Marc Hundley, Got All New York to Be Lonely, 24” x 39”. Courtesy of Team Gallery.

Marc Hundley, Don’t call this life, 28” x 28”. Courtesy of Team Gallery.