Nodding at the Back

Ian Reynold’s Nodding at the Back photography exhibition gets another airing at Light House in Wolverhampton with a launch this Wednesday where Ian will be talking about his work at 6.30pm.

Punch Records were inspired to commission Ian Reynolds, one of Birmingham’s maverick image purveyors and a fan of hip-hop culture, to produce this collection of images: to capture live performance, represent the true meaning of hip-hop and re-create moments in history. These images of local, national and international artists represent Ian’s style and his charismatic approach, and give the audience a glimpse of some of the most influential musical artists to have graced Birmingham.

You might remember the exhibition when it was on display at Birmingham’s Central Library last year, as reported in this BBC interview. The Light House show runs until September 14th and there’s an additional “free drop-in DJ workshop on Thursday 9 August, 1-4pm provided by Punch Records. Children, young people and adults welcome.” Email for more details.

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