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Wednesday, 20th Feb 2013
Rough Trade East are currently playing host to a new exhibition by musician Johnny Marr. The Messenger offers an intimate look at Marr's musical career, with a selection of unseen images, guitar picks, handwritten lyrics and notes available to view for a limited time.
Having worked with an unparalleled roster of bands from The Smiths and Modest Mouse to The Cribs; The Messenger falls alongside the release of Marr's first solo album of the same name. Head over to Fred Perry Subculture for more info on the new release, including the video for new single Upstarts along with UK tour information.
'The Messenger' exhibition will run until Sunday 3rd March 2012. Rough Trade East, Dray Walk, 91 Brick Lane, Old Truman Brewery, City of London, E1 6QL
Tuesday, 22nd Jan 2013
On January 26th, London's Dover Street Market will present a special exhibition featuring 25 of the unique customised shirts created for our 60th Anniversary. The shirts will be available to view in-store as part of an installation created by acclaimed set designer Andy Hillman.
Join us on January 26th to take a closer look at the 60 Year customisation project, or see the full gallery online HERE. The installation will remain in London until the 8th February.
Dover Street Market, 17-18 Dover Street London W1S 4LT
Wednesday, 12th Dec 2012
New York's Film Forum independent cinema has curated a special two week programme, paying tribute to the films of actor Jean-Louis Trintignant. The showcase features nineteen examples from the actor's expansive body of work, including his performance opposite Brigitte Bardot in Roger Vadim's 1956 classic: And God Created Woman.
Though Trintignant's early roles often saw him cast as the romantic lead, his on-screen persona has since been defined by his performances as cool, detached assassins. The actor's thoughtful and enigmatic characterisations made him popular with acclaimed French New Wave directors such as Francois Truffaut and Claude Chabrol, as well as a starring role in Italian master Bernardo Bertolucci's The Conformist (1971). The two-week season culminates with the opening of Trintignant's latest film, the Palme d'Or winning Amour by Michael Haneke.