4 August - 3 September
Iain McKell was a beach photographer in Weymouth, Dorset where he grew up. His phtographs from that time evoke a Britain so far away from punk but sliding towards Saturday Night Fever on the beach vibe.
Sara leigh Lewis was on the otherside of the world in Auckland New Zealand. Brilliantly intense portraits of a friendship gang who were desperate seeking Susan before Madonna had a clue.
I put these two miscreants together, male female views on a time when everything was in flux to be a teen rebel shouting then crying to escape the conformity of life, parents and politics.
Vout-o-Reenees the crypt of
30 Prescot Street
The Teenage Self shows in The Stash Gallery which is below the church (left handside stairs) and part of Vout-O-Reenees arts club.The Stash Gallery is open to the public wed-Sat 5-10. The club is open to all visitors at the PV but restricted otherwise to members and guests.
www.Vout-O-Reenees.com includes information about The Stash Gallery and membership.
By public transport:
Nearest tube: Tower hill, Aldgate, Tower Gateway
Bus route: 100 28 67
Beneath the Catholic church on Prescot Street, downstairs on the left had side.
Access: No disabled toilets. Wheelchairs can be with prior call arranged.