Ari Up in her Silver Jubilee briefs shocking the nation on the

Caroline Coon

Ari Up in her Silver Jubilee briefs shocking the nation on the "white Riot" tour

Gelatin Silver Print

30.6 x 24.2 cms (12.03 x 9.51 ins)

1977

HC 10342

Caroline Coon's photographs of the early Punk bands, including the Sex Pistols and The Clash (whom she managed from 1978-1980), reflect her own status as intimate and insider. She has earned a unique place in British Culture: a counter-culture activist in the 1960s, a leading protagonist in the early years of British Punk and a photographer and painter. Coon also continues to work as a feminist agitator, political activist and social campaigner: particular causes include the legalising of drugs and of prostitution.



British Photography / The Hyman Collection

Caroline Coon

Ari Up in her Silver Jubilee briefs shocking the nation on the "white Riot" tour

Gelatin Silver Print

30.6 x 24.2 cms (12.03 x 9.51 ins)

1977

HC 10342

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