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Photography by Ian Tilton
To be released to the public for the first time ever as a set of affordable unlimited and limited edition prints.
Release date Monday September 13th 2004
FAC 51 The Hacienda - photographs by Ian Tilton [used with permission]
30 recently printed photographs of Manchester's Hacienda. Interior and exterior shots from 1987 and 1990.
These unique photographs capture the energy of a legendary nightclub at its peak; sweat, beats, hooded tops and arms waving in the air. They also capture the beauty and colour of Ben Kelly's world famous design: FAC 51, The Hacienda
These photographs are now being released for the first time as a run of unlimited 8 x 10 inch prints and a run of limited edition prints at 16 x 20 inches (limited to an edition of 60). All prints come signed and numbered by Ian Tilton. Prints of any image can be ordered at any size up to A1 by special customer request. They can all be viewed and bought at www.iantilton.com
Ian Tilton is famous for his now world-acclaimed photo of Kurt Cobain's tearful release of energy backstage in Seattle 1990 and for his image-defining work with The Stone Roses. Tilton's pictures ooze atmosphere, warmth, honesty, beauty and the visceral power of great Rock 'n' Roll. A youthful Stone Roses as featured on their debut album cover, Morrissey's shirt being torn to shreds, chosen by Moz to be the gatefold image on The Smiths album 'Rank' are just two of Tilton's commissions that are loved by fans and bands alike.
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