Tuesday, 15 March 2011
On Thursday 14th April from 6pm to 9pm The Museum of Club Culture in Hull has
great pleasure in presenting an exhibition, talk and book signing by legendary American writer, photographer
and social anthropologist Ted Polhemus.
Images from the new edition of the Street Style book will be exhibited on the walls of the museum for seven weeks from 16th April until 5th June and on Thursday 14th April Ted will give a talk on the past present and future of Streetstyle. Free entry but please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat
Ted Polhemus has written and edited over a dozen books and his talks are a must see guide to youthculture, identity and the sociology of style and the body in todays trans- global supermarket of style.
First published in 1994 his book Streetstyle from sidewalk to catwalk has become an influential sartorial style bible ever since its launch at a major exhibition curated by Polhemus at London's Victoria and Albert Museum. The book contained insightful essays, photography and illustrations chronicling the evolution of over 50 years of youth culture, highlighting the importance of social and communicative personal expression in street fashion and its relationship to music. Polhemus explored the worlds of diverse style tribes including Hipsters and TeddyBoys to Beats, Rockabillies, Mods Surfers, Hippies to Punks, Goths, B Boys and Ravers
Saturday, 12 March 2011
You are invited to a dvblog screening on Saturday 26th March.
This is a 45 minute programme of artists video curated by Michael Szpakowski and Doron Golan of the online dvblog resource.
It will be running continuously between 1pm and 5pm. Free Entry.
Since the summer of 2005 DVblog http://www.dvblog.org/ has been an online resource for art & entertainment movies in QuickTime format.
Saturday 26th March will see an offline manifestation of DVblog.
Martha Deed, Steven Ball, Robert Croma, Eddie Whelan, Rupert Howe, Morrisa Maltz, JimPunk, Donna Kuhn, Millie Niss, Kerry Baldry, Giles Perkins, Sam Renseiw, Alan Sondheim, Nathaniel Stern, Liz Sterry,
"We interpret our mission widely - whilst we don’t turn up our noses at the trivial, popular & amusing we also try to post the best (and the most intriguing or challenging) in new video work, so daily posts are exclusively prepared by folk who are themselves involved in making video work. We’ve insisted on always having a QuickTime copy of each piece for our server and so we have built up a large historical archive of the explosive development of online art video over the last few years'. dvblog