Club Culture - Creativity, Freedom, Passion. Excess, Politics and Club Culture
25 April 2018: fabric , 77A Charterhouse St, Farringdon, London EC1M 6HJ
A co production between Ourhistory Archives, Logic & fabric.
A one-off exhibition celebrating the history of Club Culture. We teamed up with fabric and Logic Vapes to profile some of the most vibrant and exciting subcultures of the 20th and 21st centuries, from the 1970s Soviet Hippies movement through to the inception of Berlin techno in the early 90s and ongoing development of the UK’s rich club scene. Curated by Red Gallery founder Ernesto Leal, the exhibition will profile a series of global cultural phenomenons across all three rooms of our space, with archived photographs provided by ourhistory. The exhibition featured eight key scenes charting the last 50 years of club culture:
Berlin Techno: Tresor and After the Wall archive - Milan’s Italo Disco: Spaghetti Disco Archive - La Movida Madrileña: Madrid’s Club Culture 1978-1985 - Soviet Hippies: 1970s Estonian Psychedelic Underground Culture - French Touch: A Journey through French Electronica - Tokyo Punks: Up! Tokyo Punk & Japanarchy Today - USA Rave Culture: Tree Carr personal archive 1990-1994 - UK Club Culture: Creativity, Freedom, Passion, Politics and Subculture
Photography: Alla Bogdanovic, Andreas Bleckmann, Dave Swindlles, Kevin Martin, Chris Low, Dave Swindells, Debbie Bragg, Dougie Wallace, Duncan Telford, Gala Netylko, Gavin Mills, Henry Harrington, Innes Reekie, Jan Bernet, Jason Manning, Light Surgeons, Nick Ensing, Matt Smith, Matt Kelly, Michele Baron, Molly Macindoe, Normski, Roger Nell, Roslyn Gaunt, Todd Graft, Vickie Parker, Visionary Underground.
Graphics from: Arthrob, Basement Jacks, Coco Varma, Darren Bartlett, Dave Little, Dave Dorrell, Derek Yates, Fiona Cartledge/Martyn Passey, George Georgiu, Jamie Reid, Jason Kedgley, Jimmy Cauty, Junior Tomlin, Mark Archer, Mark Wigan, Martin Brown, Martin Wollerstam, Oli Timmins, Patrick Lilley & Norman Jay, Rogan Jeans, Suddi Raval, Trevor Johnson, Tom Hingston, Tonka, Wayne Anthony.