Born in 1945 - United States
Randy Tuten was born in San Francisco in 1946.
One of the original San Francisco psychedelic rock poster artists, he began producing posters for rock impressario Bill Graham's organization in 1969. He remains a prolific poster designer today, and still a regular producer for Graham, the Family Dog and other San Francisco promoters.
Randy Tuten's work has long been recognized for its seminal influence in the art of modern rock and roll, and has been featured in major museum exhibits as well as in several important book-length retrospective studies of rock art. His posters are now a part of rock history, and for both both curator and collector, will always be among the most desirable and telling artifacts of West Coast rock aesthetics.
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal
San Diego Museum of Art, CA
Centre Georges Pompidou (Pop Art Show)
Musée de la Publicité (Musée des Arts Décoratifs – Louvre)
Robert Hull Fleming Museum (San Fransico)
The Hood Museum of Art (Haight Ashbury, S-F)
Fleming Museum (Vermont), le Musée d’Orsay (Paris)
Musée de Dunkerque
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