16 Nov 2011
Kevin Cummins Joy Division Q&A @ Proud 
Kevin Cummins will be at Proud Camden, the venue for his latest ongoing exhibition Exemplar: Joy Division, to answer questions about his unique relationship with the band and to sign copies of his book Joy Division (Rizzoli) the lavishly hardbacked collection of photographs of the band and related ephemera by Kevin Cummins published by Rizzoli.

The event is on Saturday 26 November 2011 from 11.30-12.30pm. Admission is free, by reservation only and spaces are limited. Please email booksigning@proudgalleries.co.uk or call 020 7839 4942 to secure places. Joy Division is available for purchase from Proud Camden for £25.

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Proud Camden
The Horse Hospital
The Stables Market
Chalk Farm Road
London NW1 8AH

Tel: 020 7482 3867

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