Link to full article including Gallery and YouTube links
LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE INSTALLATION A LIFE OF SUBVERSIVE JOY WITH OVER 680 PHOTOS OF RAVES, FESTIVALS AND OTHER WILD EVENTS AS WELL AS A HINT TOWARDS A CURRENT PROJECT TAKING FORM AROUND FUTURE YOUTH PROJECT. TAKEN OVER 46 YEARS THE TIMELINE INSTALLATION IS A MIRROR FOR ANYONE’S LIFE, AND WAYS TO LIVE IT…
A highlight of ‘Sweet Harmony: Rave | Today’ is Vinca Petersen’s ‘A Life of Subversive Joy’: a great jostling timeline of dates, personal photographs and flyers alongside details of raves she ran and attended scrawled directly on to the gallery wall (‘1st August. Arrived at rave in Plumpton at 7am. Lost it on “blue…
Link to full article here
Heres a link to the full article : https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2019/apr/29/art-clubbing-nightclubs-denzil-forrester-mark-wigan-williams-vinca-petersen
The Martin Parr Foundation is now the permanent home to the working books and colour prints used in the making of No System (Steidl Verlag 1999). Link to Martin Parr Foundation/Vinca Petersen Archive
This is a link to the works held in the Victoria and Albert Museum permanent collection.
To listen to a podcast I did for Outerfocus follow this link.
http://www.anothermag.com/art-photography/11218/four-women-and-a-deuce-and-a-quarter-a-1999-roadtrip-in-photographs Write up & images from Deuce And a Quarter by Maisie Skidmore