Rebellion and sexuality in Eleanor Hardwick's 42-strong, all-female photography show
Tomorrow evening Dazed alumnus, Eleanor Hardwick launches a duo of zines in collaboration with Matt Martin of B Rad. Previously featured in our 20/20 Visions special, showcasing the most exciting talent from the class of '93, we've tracked Hardwick's star for a while now - from the early days of Flickr fame to collaborating with Rookie mag and Meadham Kirchhoff.
Now, Hardwick's double issue zine, Twenty Thirteen sees its launch tomorrow, for one night only at Dalston's Doomed Gallery. Showcasing over 40 international and emerging female photographers, the one-off exhibition will feature pieces from the likes of Arvida Bystrom, Olivia Bee and Anna Ryon. Focussing on youth, rebellion and sexuality, the show celebrates both issues of the zine, with the first Twenty Thirteen: Strange Encounters forming a personal photo diary. The second issue, What Remains will feature exclusive photos from Hardwick's private scrapbooks, getting a behind-the-scenes look at her shoots and more diary memories.
Twenty Thirteen launches Thursday 12 December 2013, 6-9pm at Doomed Gallery in Dalston, London.