Shotby legendary music photographer Kevin Cummins, the exhibition held at the Proud Galleries in Camden explores the band New Order in the aftermath of the death of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis. Formed with the three original members of Joy Division, Peter Hook, Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris joined Gillian Gilbert to form New Order in 1980 where they combined elements of post-punk, new wave and electronic dance music where New Order would be responsible for some of the biggest hits of the era.
The exhibition shows behind the scenes of the band including intimate portrait sessions at a leisure centre in Macclesfield, behind the scenes of the England 1990 FIFA World Cup song ‘World in Motion’ to the band rehearsing in a barn in 2011.
All images © Kevin Cummins.
Mon to Sun 11am – 5pm
Until 7th June 2015
The Horse Hospital, The Stables Market, Camden Market, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8AH