• Miguel Trillo

    Trillo’s (Jimena -Cádiz- 1953), stated goal is to document young people – whose alternative fashion choices he has dubbed “modernity” – as they forge the first wave of counterculture in a fast-moving but essentially very traditional place. It’s a remarkable anthropological achievement, and despite his protestations to the contrary, one of the most postmodern things I’ve seen in years. After all, these young people aren’t trying to create new forms as much as sing along to a distant song being broadcast from the other side of the globe, often from another decade entirely.... (Last Exit 2008)

     

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    Skin Head, London, 1981
    2,200.00
    40x60 cm Lambda print. Limited edition of 7 copies. On Fuji Crystal glossy paper with white margin of 5cm. Signed and numbered.
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    100 Club, London 1, 1982
    2,200.00
    40x60 cm Lambda print. Limited edition of 7 copies. On Fuji Crystal glossy paper with white margin of 5cm. Signed and numbered.
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    Leicester Square 3, London 1981
    2,200.00
    60x40 cm Lambda print. Limited edition of 7 copies. On Fuji Crystal glossy paper with white margin of 5cm. Signed and numbered.
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    Leicester Square 2, London 1981
    2,200.00
    60x40 cm Lambda print. Limited edition of 7 copies. On Fuji Crystal glossy paper with white margin of 5cm. Signed and numbered.
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    Trafalgar Square, London 1983
    2,200.00
    60x40 cm Lambda print. Limited edition of 7 copies. On Fuji Crystal glossy paper with white margin of 5cm. Signed and numbered.
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