memorabilia part 2
OVERTHEHILL

Memorabilia! Part 2

Launch party Sunday 17th March 2013 - 12 - 4pm
Open weekends 11am - 4pm or during the week by appointment

Following on from the very popular Memorabilia! Part One Exhibition which took place in August 2011, The Museum of Club Culture is pleased to launch Memorabilia! Part Two
which gives us the opportunity to show lots more artefacts from the museums extensive archives. The exhibition includes flyers, posters, gig tickets, membership cards, photography and video and highlights the cultural significance of nightclubs, sub-cults and streetstyles
and the role they have played in shaping modern culture.

Memorabilia! Part Two is a celebration of the ever changing landscape of past and present nightlife at home and abroad.
On show are flyers, photographs and posters from clubs in Hull, Manchester, Leeds, London, Tokyo and New York.

The Museum of Club Culture is proud to present this exhibition in association with WELLY 100 (the 100th anniversary of Hull's famous Wellington Club)
and will be including a display from this historic clubs past.

The Over The Hill Gang

From the archive of american artist Michael Woody. 'The Over The Hill Gang' starts 4th August 2012

An exhibition of photographs from the 1970s of a self-described American “outlaw” biker gang The Over The Hill Gang. These photos are taken from the archive of American artist Michael Woody who is a close relative of one of the organization’s leaders.

The Over the Hill Gang were part of a select group called 'one percenters.’ They lived and worked together as a closed community, sharing a lifestyle centered on building and riding American motorcycles. The group was primarily made up of Vietnam veterans who worked as laborers and on assembly lines in Arlington Texas during the Carter years. The images capture a two-year period in which they reached a pinnacle of cohesive, peripheral existence, but then fell into violent dissolution, seeing many members either imprisoned or worse.

These photographs provide a fascinating look into the margins of American society during the late 1970s, and provide an intimate glimpse into an alternative community seeking liberation in extremes.

Exhibition ends Sunday 26th August

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