Album artwork for 69 Exhibition Road by Dorothy Max Prior

A vibrant, wry, and engaging account of life as an adventurous, queer young person in late 1970s London discovering themselves as an artist, and an individual.

While working as a photographer's model, gallery usher, and exotic dancer, Dorothy “Max” Prior witnessed the births of Adam and the Ants, The Monochrome Set, The Sex Pistols, and Throbbing Gristle, as well as drumming in her own cult band Rema Rema and recording with Industrial Records.

Her exuberant commentaries, each presented as a stand-alone episode, illustrate the multilayered nature of the London music, art, and fashion worlds of the late 1970s, and the overlap between the early punk scene with the city's rapidly evolving club and queer cultures.

Dorothy Max Prior

69 Exhibition Road

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Album artwork for 69 Exhibition Road by Dorothy Max Prior
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£18.99

Released 29/11/2022Catalogue Number

9781913689636

Dorothy Max Prior

69 Exhibition Road

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Album artwork for Album artwork for 69 Exhibition Road by Dorothy Max Prior by 69 Exhibition Road - Dorothy Max Prior
Album artwork for 69 Exhibition Road by Dorothy Max Prior
Paperback+

£18.99

Signed by the Author

Signed Copy
Released 29/11/2022Catalogue Number

9781913689636signd

Album artwork for 69 Exhibition Road by Dorothy Max Prior
Paperback

£18.99

Released 29/11/2022Catalogue Number

9781913689636

A vibrant, wry, and engaging account of life as an adventurous, queer young person in late 1970s London discovering themselves as an artist, and an individual.

While working as a photographer's model, gallery usher, and exotic dancer, Dorothy “Max” Prior witnessed the births of Adam and the Ants, The Monochrome Set, The Sex Pistols, and Throbbing Gristle, as well as drumming in her own cult band Rema Rema and recording with Industrial Records.

Her exuberant commentaries, each presented as a stand-alone episode, illustrate the multilayered nature of the London music, art, and fashion worlds of the late 1970s, and the overlap between the early punk scene with the city's rapidly evolving club and queer cultures.