The Endless Night

An exhibition of Nightclub Photography by Derek Ridgers 

 Derek Ridgers is an established and well-known English photographer with a career spanning over thirty years.

 Most famous for his work among the milieu of music, film and club/street culture - photographing everyone from James Brown to The Spice Girls, from Clint Eastwood to Johnny Depp - as well as photographing politicians (Tony Blair), gangsters ('Mad' Frankie Fraser), artists (Julian Schnabel), writers (Martin Amis), fashion designers (Vivien Westwood) and sportsmen (Tiger Woods).

He has also compiled an almost unrivalled image archive during three decades of visually chronicling famous and sometimes influential British social scenes such as skinhead, fetish, club, punk and the New Romantics.

At The Museum of Club Culture, 10 Humber St., Hull, HU1 1TG Preview: Thursday 12th April – 6pm - 8pm

 Exhibition runs until the end of May. Open weekends 11am – 5pm or during the week by appointment. Free entry.

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Curators: Mark Wigan and Kerry Baldry

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