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Get Psychedelic

Join hippiedom 40 years after the Summer of Love.


Whether you lived through the sixties or not, “Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era” at the Whitney Museum of American Art will leave you feeling groovy. Starting this Thursday, the museum’s galleries will be buzzing with album covers, ’zines, paintings, photographs, and posters like this retina-searing number by Victor Moscoso, a pioneer of psychedelic art, promoting a Chambers Brothers concert at San Francisco’s Matrix Club in 1967. You can bring home the colorful exhibition catalogue ($35), but if you find yourself jonesing for far-out designs and paraphernalia of your own, click ahead.


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