London calls for Clash exhibition
Thursday 02 December 2010
A unique photographic portrait of The Clash by Adrian Boot goes on display this week.
The exhibition at Proud Camden, London Calling: The Clash, includes images never published before, such as this shot of the late Joe Strummer, the band's frontman. It shows a softer side of the band as they relax, rehearse and perform together.
There are also shots of the band at their studio in the Gin House, at the Stables Market in Camden, north London, which was also the site of the original Proud Galleries.
The exhibition runs from 9 December to 23 January.
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