He was a wild one at New Adelphi Exhibition Gallery

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He was a wild one at New Adelphi, University of Salford

He was a wild one at New Adelphi, University of Salford, Salford 16 September — 20 December 2019 Entrance is free — Visit now

He was a wild one at New Adelphi Exhibition Gallery draws together British music photography from the 1950s and 1960s, from the Open Eye Gallery archive in Liverpool and the University of Salford Art Collection.

Selected by local residents from across Greater Manchester, as part of ‘Together We Move’, photographs by Harry Goodwin, Harry Hammond, and the F Beat Archive explore the vibrant trends, fashions, and music memories of the great pop and rock-n-roll era. ‘Together We Move’ is a community engagement programme which responds to Eileen Simpson and Ben White’s (Open Music Archive) artists’ film ‘Everything I Have Is Yours‘, an artists’ film that looks back to the first decade of the UK pop charts (1952 – 62). The film is screening at Salford Museum & Art Gallery until 3 November 2019.

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