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to get cultured but not sure where to start? Throughout July, break yourself into gallery and museum-hopping by starting at the Olympus ‘I Got You In My Camera – Punk 1976-1979’ photography exhibition. This exhibition captures striking photos of punk culture and musicians from an era where photos weren’t so easily shared as today.

These rare and often unseen images will get you digging out your old punk records and pining to pogo. With a similar punk passion to that of Toby Mott’s Loud Flash ephemera exhibition, this one will see Sheila Rock, Roberta Bayley, Richard Mann, Adrian Boot, Bob Gruen, Ray Stevenson and Jill Furmanovsky all exhibiting together for the first time.

Also a Q&A and guided tour of the exhibition will take place on Thursday 24th July at 7pm with
Sheila Rock, photographer and author of Punk+ photo book, Glen Matlock, Sex Pistol and author of Sex Pistols Filthy Lucre Photofile and Mark Perry,  founder of Sniffin Glue zine and band Alternative TV.

Sex Pistols. Carnaby Street. Spring 1976.
Photo by Ray Stevenson

Tickets are £10 advance including a drink and raffle ticket (for chance to win a Rockarchive print)
To rsvp email rsvp@rockarchive.com with the subject line ‘Punk’. Both Sheila Rock’s and Glen Matlock’s books will be available to buy on the night and you will be able to get them signed of course. HUZZAH

Wed 2nd July – Sun 4th August 2014, 10.30 to 18.30 (Tues – Sat) & 12.00 to 17.00 (Sun)
Olympus Rockarchive Image Space Gallery, 199 Bishopsgate (entrance on Primrose Street), Broadgate, London EC2M 3TY