Factory Records 1979-1980 Daniel Meadows Cafe Royal Books

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Working for Granada TV in Manchester as a programme researcher, Daniel Meadows met Tony Wilson who was setting up Factory Records with Alan Erasmus. From its earliest days, Meadows was invited to ‘gigs and recording sessions to take more photographs of his artists and bands’. The artists all about to become some of the most important names on the music scene, Ian Curtis, Bernard Sumner and Joy Division.

The Daniel Meadows Archive is in the Bodleian Library at Oxford University.

Café Royal Books, run by Craig Atkinson publishes limited edition Photobooks coveted by fans and collected by major institutions. They focus on British documentary photography. Craig explains

‘My aim is to create a focussed and complete archive of British documentary photography. I publish roughly 70 titles each year with a small edition ‘archive box’ every 100th title. These archive boxes are aimed at major collections, libraries and museums — helping to increase the visibility of the work and making the books publicly accessible for as long as possible. Collectors are wide and varied but include, MoMA NY, Harvard University, Oxford University, Cambridge University, The British Library, The Hyman Collection, Martin Parr Foundation, TATE, V&A / National Art Library’.

32 pages
printed in the UK
staple bound
14cm x 20cm

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Weight 80 g
Dimensions 16.0 × 0.3 × 23.0 cm

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