For the last decade, London's Photographic Youth Musical Culture Archive (PYMCA) gallery has documented global youth cultures from the 60's to the present, focusing on the music and fashion that has shaped these movements. For its latest exhibition, Hair Today...Gone Tomorrow, the trendy gallery turns to another element of such cultures, namely hairstyles. Beginning this month Londoners can witness the changing do's of the world's youth culture, from 60's mod styles to mohawks.
The gallery's upstairs room will feature the exhibition Youth Music Culture, exploring 5 decades of musical subcultures. The mods, punks, skinheads, ska kids, ravers, and hip-hop fans all make an appearance here.
All exhibition pieces are available for purchase as prints from the gallery's online store.
Hair Today...Gone Tomorrow runs from January 18 - February 16, 2007.
The Opening Night party takes place Wednesday, January 17, 2007 at 7pm.
41 Clerkenwell Road, London