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Sheila Rock (above) who lived through the frenetic Punk movement of the mid-1970s, leaves a lasting legacy of black-and-white and colour portraits of the era’s biggest names such as Johnny Rotten, The Clash and Siouxsie from Siouxsie and The Banshees.

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Sheila Rock who lived through the frenetic Punk movement of the mid-1970s, leaves a lasting legacy of black-and-white and colour portraits of the era’s biggest names such as Johnny Rotten (above), The Clash and Siouxsie from Siouxsie and The Banshees.

BT_20141010_GEPUNK10JK_1312195.jpg
Sheila Rock who lived through the frenetic Punk movement of the mid-1970s, leaves a lasting legacy of black-and-white and colour portraits of the era’s biggest names such as Johnny Rotten, The Clash (above) and Siouxsie from Siouxsie and The Banshees.

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Sheila Rock who lived through the frenetic Punk movement of the mid-1970s, leaves a lasting legacy of black-and-white and colour portraits of the era's biggest names such as Johnny Rotten, The Clash and Siouxsie (above) from Siouxsie and The Banshees.
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Chronicler of Punk

Raw images of punk icons such as The Sex Pistols and The Clash snapped by photographer Sheila Rock during the height of the movement are now on display at the Substation
Oct 10, 2014 5:50 AM

SOMETIMES, it pays to be in the right place at the right time - preferably armed with a camera, a keen eye and a sense of discovery. Sheila Rock happened to be an art student who spent a lot of time in London's Kings Road in the mid-1970s, just as a cultural revolution of sorts was taking root.

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