Photos of very happy ravers during the Second Summer of Love (1988-1990), by David Swindells, via Mashable http://mashable.com/2014/11/15/acid-house-raves.
Wonder if they knew how influential that music would be, or how much people that were too young to be there, wish they were older!
The photos led me to PYMCA (Photographic Youth Music Culture Archive)… I got lost there for a while. They’ve contributed all of the images in an exhibition named Breaking The Mould at The Southbank this weekend… I’ll be there.
Teds in Croydon copyright Chris Steele-Perkins
On similar tip is a small exhibition in the Print Sales room at The Photographer’s Gallery, which includes Chris Steele-Perkins photo of Ted’s in Croydon…it’s also free. London’s kind to us.
View this collection of photos as a slideshow:
or as single images on Tumblr.
Documentaries that I contributed to:
London ‘On a Regular’
from Rollo Jackson
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