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Metropolis Bookshop - Level 3, Curtin House, 252 Swanston st; carries a specialist range of books focusing on the areas of art, graphic design, architecture, photography, fashion and textiles, popular culture, film, music and the performing arts.

Metropolis is one of those rare beast bookstores - on the floor! A wonderful surprise above Cookie

In 2016, British music photographer Gered Mankowitz revisits his legendary Rolling Stones archive for a new exhibition, Off The Hook, and a new signed limited edition book, Backstage. The exhibition opens today in London at Snap galleries, it focuses on the very best of Gered’s Stones’ photography from 1965-67 and coincides with Exhibitionism, the international exhibition on the Rolling Stones opening at the Saatchi Gallery, which will also include a selection of Gered’s images.

London : Off the Hook, The Rolling Stones by Gered Mankowitz - The Eye of Photography

Flâneur about town: Out Of Focus: Photography exhibition at the ...

Meredyth Sparks Gudrun Constructed I-V - detail 2008 Digital scan, aluminium foil, glitter, vinyl 5 parts, each x cm

Visitors enjoy the 3,500 square metres of space dedicated to images at the Leica Galerie in photokina Hall 1. There are 650 pictures from all of the exhibiting photographers. The focus of this year’s exhibition concept is on impressive photography from the world of music. #DasWesentliche  © DPF

Visitors enjoy the 3,500 square metres of space dedicated to images at the Leica Galerie in photokina Hall 1. There are 650 pictures from all of the exhibiting photographers. The focus of this year’s exhibition concept is on impressive photography from the world of music. #DasWesentliche © DPF

Though the Great Gatsby focuses on white primarily upper class flappers, it is important to note that the style and flapper character was not only a white phenomenon. The Harlem Renaissance was booming in the 1920s and African American culture was just as revolutionary as white culture, if not more so in many ways. This website is primarily pictorial but the blurb at the bottom notes the importance of Jazz music (a primarily African American production) in the era.

African American flappers and Jazz Age women

Howard University students looking elegant at a football game more than 80 years ago. One of the many things I love about Howard University, the rich history of dignity and grace.

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