The events in Paris, during May 1968, had a deep impact on Fredy Perlman. It gave him reference point in his quest for social change. The Detroit Printing Co-op was a collaborative project where political goals, the dissemination of ideas, and the craft and labor of printing were practiced simultaneously. This show will provide an opportunity to view the printed legacy of that era and question whether that moment and the social change that Perlman sought are, in fact, "unthinkable."
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