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“Photographing punk when it hit Manchester was my first foray into the world of music photography, where I went on to make my career,” he said.
It was Pete Shelley from Buzzcocks who would go on to describe his influence: “Kevin Cummins was sometimes more important than the bands.” And Noel Gallagher, from Manchester band Oasis, said: “Kevin’s photographs have changed the way fans perceive their idols.” Iconic photography by Cummins of Joy Division in Hulme, Manchester, will also be on display in the exhibition alongside early images of punk pioneers The Sex Pistols, The Damned and The Clash, a survey of those inspired to join the punk movement, including The Buzzcocks and Siouxsie and The Banshees, and punk memorabilia lent by Cummins.Photo-punk: 40 images from the birth of punk at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery will document the phenomenon’s early years of 1976-79 when the two photographers captured the bands, the fans and the mood of the new “dole queue rock”.They pictured punk poet John Cooper Clarke and catalyst bands like Eddie and the Hot Rods and New York’s The Ramones, and later on bands including The Adverts, The Slits and X-Ray Spex to Slaughter and the Dogs and Joy Division.Dickson started photographing rock stars in 1972 after hitching a lift from the north-east to London on Roxy Music’s tour bus in 1973, and landing a job at rock weekly NME.He became staff photographer with music paper Sounds just in time for the UK punk explosion in 1976."In my view, punk was the last great youth movement that still reverberates today,” said, Dickson, who moved to Brighton in 1999 with his wife Shoko and now markets his archive via galleries and the internet.
“That’s why there is still so much interest in events that happened 40 years ago.
The time since then has really flown but the images themselves still seem so fresh, and I’m looking forward to sharing them with both those who were there and later generations.” Among the pictures on display will be a never-before-exhibited Sounds cover image by Dickson, captioned ‘The face of punk’ and featuring Clash fan Shane Mc Gowan before he found fame as lead singer of The Pogues.
Cummins, who was chief photographer with the NME for 10 years, was Manchester’s premier documenter of its punk scene.
The son of Malcolm Mc Laren, the late Sex Pistols manager, is to burn his £5m collection of punk memorabilia in protest at the movement’s adoption by mainstream society.
Joe Corré, founder of lingerie brand Agent Provocateur, said he planned to burn his collection on 26 November, the 40 “The Queen giving 2016, the year of punk, her official blessing is the most frightening thing I’ve ever heard,” he said in a statement.
“Talk about alternative and punk culture being appropriated by the mainstream. “The most dangerous thing is that they have stopped fighting for what they believe in. We need to explode all the s*** once more.” It was unclear what would actually be burned at the ceremony in Camden, London, although there was speculation it would include a large amount of clothing.