Dennis Morris's critically acclaimed collection of Sex Pistols photographs
will go on display at London's Proud Central from August 15th to September 2nd.
These collectors editions are being sold at affordably reduced prices.
Taken by the world-renowned music photographer, Dennis Morris, these 100
original pictures from the 1998 Destroy exhibition capture the essence of the
movement that defined a generation. They are available at this one off sale with
prices from 200 to 600 on a first come, first served basis
This exhibition follows on from the massive success of the Destroy exhibition
of Sex Pistols photographs in 1998 curated by Isabelle Chalard.
Destroy offers an unprecedented insight into what it was like to be in the
midst of the most exciting youth movement the world has ever seen. For a year
the Sex Pistols were the most talked about people in the county, unable to move
without making the headlines and unable to speak without causing national
Destroy captures the Pistols at the peak of their career, when they were
loved and loathed with equal passion by the Great British public.
Dennis Morris was the only photographer to have unlimited access to the
Pistols during their year of punk insanity in '77. Having shot to fame
with his internationally acclaimed photographs of Bob Marley, Morris was invited
on the road with the Pistols. The experience produced hundreds of unique
shots of the band, providing an intimate insight into the Sex Pistols
5 Buckingham Street,
Nearest tube: Embankment or Charing
Opening: 10am - 7pm, every day
Entry 3, concessions 2