Punk’s Dead – Simon Barker Exhibition


Lately I’ve been obssessed with all things punk – which I think is actually because of the Queen’s Jubliee and watching the Punk Britannia series. I recently when to the exhibition of Simon Barker’s photographs from 1976-77 at the Divus Temporary Gallery on Wilkes Street. (in East London). It’s just refreshing to see raw, uninhibited pictures of punk icons like and Siouxsie Sioux before they became icons.




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