A framed black and white print depicting The Clash performing at the RCA in 1976. It featured in SHOWstudio's 'Punk' exhibition that traced the images and objects that defined the punk aesthetic. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
Materials: Archival pigment print (framed)
Dimensions: 20 x 24 inches
Edition 1 of 25
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Jonh Ingham wrote the first interview with The Sex Pistols in 1976. He spent the year championing them, The Clash, The Damned, The Buzzcocks and others, helping to make sure Punk became a dominant music force. He has directed filmographic TV commercials and founded The Fake Club, a weekly pop-up dance club and pioneer the concept of video-deejays at Revolver in West Hollywood. He also managed Billy Idol, The Go-Go’s, and The Plugz. Ingham later produced marketing and CD-ROMs for Pioneer Japan and created his first Internet content in 1994 while working with visionary musician Peter Gabriel. In 2000, he created and developed Europe's first commercial mobile content service in Ibiza. For the last 12 years, Ingham has been Content Director at mobile operator O2 and has devised and built internet and mobile services in London, Poland, Germany and Saudi Arabia. He is currently writing and producing ‘Spirit of 76: London Punk Eyewitness’, a book of his 1976 punk photography.