In 1981, photographer Anita Corbin captured pivotal “coming of age” moments in the life of 56 young women – all members of different subcultural tribes: Skins, Mods, Punks, Rockabillies, New Romantics, Rastas and young lesbians. The result was an extraordinary collection of double portraits that represented sisterhood, friendship, belief and allegiance against a potent backdrop of heightened social, cultural and political change in '80s Britain.
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Earlier Event: September 520 x 20 Exhibition at The Old Town Quarry
Later Event: September 6Funzing Talks: Murderers, Mafia Hitmen & US Prison at Arnos Vale