This first one I discovered on Dangerous Minds (an awesome blog btw, highly recommended.)
Punk as Fuck: Steve Gullick 90-93 is on current display across the pond. It's up till the end of the month at Indo, a killer boho pub known it's memorabilia clad interior. If I'm ever in London I'll definitely hop into Indo (har har.)
|The great Cobain. Taken by Gullick in Springfield, '93. Photo courtesy of www.gullickphoto.com.|
As reported by Dangerous Minds, Steve Gullick had this to say on what makes a good photograph:
"A good photograph is one that looks great, one that captures an interesting moment in time, one that tells a story, or in the case of a portrait, offers an insight into the subject. Photography is magic. The ability to capture something forever that looks interesting to you is magnificent."Take that, Sontag!
|The fabulous Nick Cave, '07 Photo courtesy of www.gullickphoto.com.|
The second is the much anticipated (by me and the studded leather vest hanging in my closet waiting patiently for warmer weather) PUNK: Chaos to Couture, opening as the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute exhibit from May 9 - August 14. If McLaren could see it, I'd hope it would make him proud.
|Photo by Victoria Will courtesy of Vogue; Bondage, up yours.|
|A God among men: Richard Hell in the 70s being a BAMF. Photo courtesy of the Metropolitan, copyright by Kate Simon|
Stay grimy, my friends.