exclusive 1978 joy division picture
exclusive 1978 joy division picture

exclusive 1978 joy division picture
exclusive 1978 joy division picture not by Kevin Cummins

A new Kevin Cummins exhibition, ‘Exemplar : Joy Division’, is running at The Manchester Photographic Gallery until February 26th.

the exhibition features many of his defining images of the band which are some of the best rock n roll photos ever taken (the photo to the right is obviously not one of his!)

We went to the preview a couple weeks ago and its breathtakingly brilliant. This is definitely one to go to.

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  2. Very impressive exhibition. The stark white walls of all three floors provide the perfect backdrop to the black & white photos. “Iconic” is a much-over used word these days, but I had a real sense of being in the presence of something truly memorable. Mind you, at £995 for a very limited edition photo, they should be.

  3. The ‘scribbles’ in the photograph look like the Armenian womens mark before the Genocide – Along the same idea but not quite Throbbing Gristle, if you know what I mean.

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  10. So glad to see that Kevin is really exploring new ideas here. Joy Division…hmm .. yeah.. its all so very different to what he’s done before isn’t it?


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