Exhibition

POP : Transition : John Andow

13 Jan 2018 – 10 Feb 2018

Event times

Tuesday - Saturday 10 - 5pm

Cost of entry

Free Entry

White Moose

Devon, United Kingdom

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POP : Transition : Unseen music photographic archive from the late seventies by John Andow

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 POP : Transition - Unseen photographic archive from the late seventies

A Solo Exhibition of Photographs by John Andow

During the mid-1970s, John Andow was taking evening classes at London College of Printing and working in a darkroom by day. His passion for both the new music and capturing images of this exciting period of musical transition meant that his nights were spent in dingy, smoke-filled pubs and clubs. At iconic venues including The Hope & Anchor, Dingwalls, The Round House and The Marquee, Andow saw the birth of bands including 999, The Stranglers and The Buzzcocks, as well as Elvis Costello’s first London gig.

Andow said: “Punk was a real fuel injection into the music industry and an exciting time to be an aspiring young photographer. Given the opportunity of exclusive photo passes into this new era of music, I couldn’t resist.”

John's Negatives have been stashed away unseen by the public in his attic since being featured in N.M.E and Melody Maker over 40 years ago. A rare and exciting archive of work from a seminal time in music.

Curators

POP : Lucy Sangers

Exhibiting artists

John Andow

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