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by Gavin Watson

eBook Skins  Punks: Lost Archives, 1978-1985 ePub
Author: Gavin Watson
Language: English
ISBN: 1576874737
ISBN13: 978-1576874738
Publisher: VICE Books (October 7, 2008)
Pages: 144
Category: Music
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 785
Formats: mbr txt azw lrf
ePub file: 1298 kb
Fb2 file: 1705 kb

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Skins and Punks : Lost Archives, 1978-1985. The world Watson depicts is so skillfully captured, giving an undeniable pull to these pictures. The world Watson depicts is so skillfully captured, giving an undeniable pull to these picture. .FHM What started off as a small collection of photographs the 14-year-old Gavin Watson would take of his family and friends in Wycombe, middle England, in the 1970s and 80s would grow into one of the most important and influential photographic youth culture books of the last 20 years. Skins, published in 1994 and hailed byThe Times of Londonas.

Skins & Punks: Lost Archives, 1979-1985

Skins & Punks: Lost Archives, 1979-1985. Publisher's Description. What started off as a small collection of photographs the 14-year-old Gavin Watson would take of his family and friends in Wycombe, middle England, in the 1970s and 80s would grow into one of the most important and influential photographic youth culture books of the last 20 years.

Skins & punks: lost archives 1978-1985. What started off as a small collection of photographs 14 year old Gavin Watson took of his family and friends in Wycombe, middle England, has grown into one of the most important and influential photographic books of the last 20 years, Skins. The stories behind the images are shocking, hilarious, brutal and heartbreaking and truly get behind the truth of growing up in the working classes in the 1980s.

List of skinhead books. Skins and Punks : Lost Archives 1978–1985 : Gavin Watson. This is a list of notable books about, or related to, the Skinhead subculture. A Boy's Story : Martin King. Skinhead : Nick Knight.

Manufacturer: VICE UK Release date: 13 November 2008 ISBN-10 : 0955801524 ISBN-13: 9780955801525.

Publisher: PowerHouse Subtitle: Lost Archives, 1979-1985 Author: Gavin Watson . Gavin Watson was one of the latter. This time, his gift to us is this collection of photographs, Skins and Punks: Lost Archives 1978 - 1985.

During one of the non-performance scenes in Martin Scorcese’s The Last Waltz, The Band’s Levon Helm discusses the effect of place on music. Growing up in the London suburb of High Wycombe in the 1970s and 1980s, Watson not only saw the evolution of punk and Oi, but as a skinhead, was part of the scene. YouTube Encyclopedic.

“The world Watson depicts is so skillfully captured, giving an undeniable pull to these pictures….” —FHM What started off as a small collection of photographs the 14-year-old Gavin Watson would take of his family and friends in Wycombe, middle England, in the 1970s and 80s would grow into one of the most important and influential photographic youth culture books of the last 20 years. Skins, published in 1994 and hailed by The Times of London as “a modern classic,” has shown its influence in such photographers as Terry Richardson, Juergen Teller, and Ryan McGinley, as well as pretty much every kind of “youth” photography popular today. Last year, having persuaded him to begin working again after a long period of self-seclusion, VICE Books was bequeathed Watson’s lost archives, hundreds of photos reaching deep into the lives of the subjects of his first book. Each photograph reveals an understanding and sensitivity that belies the sometimes brutal subject matter. Skins & Punks is a singular retrospective complete with commentaries and oral histories. The stories behind the shots are shocking, hilarious, severe, and heartbreaking, and each gets behind what it was really like to be a rebellious workingclass youth growing up in the 1980s. This is documentary photography at its best, a stunningly intimate window into a cultural movement. “Watson photographed from the inside, the only member of a provincial and isolated gang with a camera, only occasionally aware that his friends were part of a larger moment…. Some of his photographs are funny, some are tender, some are domestic. Many of them show skinheads smiling, others display a great vulnerability: young boys struggling for their place in an adult world. If there is aggression it is playful and uncertain. And in the background sits an unbeautified England of the 80s, a harsh depiction of extreme disunity.” —The Observer
Minnai
Lots of very personal pictures to Gavin as usual. Not so much a look at Skins & Punks but more him and his girlfriend and younger brother. Some cool pics though, and in a great Hardcover. It will sit on my shelf until I die! Cheers!
Bandiri
superbe livre avec des photos qui font revivre nos annees 70s 80s . et qui ne gache pas la veritable histoir du skinhead .
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