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Knock Three Times: Working Men, Social Clubs and Other Stories epub

by David Campany,Chris Coekin


Knock Three Times: Working Men, Social Clubs and Other Stories epub

ISBN: 1904587283

ISBN13: 978-1904587286

Author: David Campany,Chris Coekin

Category: Photo

Subcategory: Photography & Video

Language: English

Publisher: Dewi Lewis Publishing (October 1, 2007)

Pages: 96 pages

ePUB book: 1907 kb

FB2 book: 1349 kb

Rating: 4.6

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Knock Three Times book.

Knock Three Times book. Through photographs and archive material, Chris Coekin explores the cultural roots and identity of the Working Men's Club and examines the complexity of working-class culture, as well as ideas of masculinity, relationships, and work Warm and engaging-filled with images that are both poignant and often very, very funny. This really is a sensational book.

Knock Three Times is set in the Acomb WMC York which Chris first photographed in 1996

Knock Three Times is set in the Acomb WMC York which Chris first photographed in 1996. Through photographs and archive material, Coekin explores the cultural roots and identity of the Working Men’s Club and examines the complexity of working class culture, as well as ideas of masculinity, relationships and the work ethic.

Knock Three Times is the life story in pictures of a declining institution .

Knock Three Times is the life story in pictures of a declining institution - the working men's club. Photographer Chris Coekin, who comes from a family steeped in club traditions in Leicestershire, has spent the past 10 years photographing the male and female members of Acomb Working Men's Club in York. Knock Three Times: Working Men, Social Clubs and Other Stories is published at the end of June. For details see ww. ewilewispublishing.

KNOCK THREE TIMES Working Men, Social Clubs and Other Stories. Dewi Lewis, £1. 9; 96pp. WHEN I WAS A YOUTH in the North East, working men’s clubs were a second home to a lot of men - and a man’s domain is exactly what they were. If they were allowed in at all, women were admitted only on special occasions. A friend whose parents ran a club in Lancashire told me that even though they were both stewards, her mum had only the blessing of the title spouse to assist.

Coekin, Chris and Campany, David. This book is set in the Acomb WMC York, which Chris first photographed in 1996. Through photographs and archive material, Coekin explores the cultural roots and identity of the Working Men's Club and examines the complexity of working class culture, as well as ideas of masculinity, relationships and the work ethic. The book includes an introduction by David Campany as well as an in-depth interview with Chris Coekin. Date: 7 February 2006. Uncontrolled Keywords or tags : documentary photography, social clubs, working.

Chris Coekin with David Campany. DC The book is a subtle weave of your own images and photos by others which are either included in the frame or sit on the page alongside yours. Chris Coekin, Knock Three Times, Dewi Lewis,, 2006. Chris Coekin discusses his book Knock Three Times with David Campany. In the book the club is really used as a metaphor to talk about the community at large. They can see the transition in the club itself – they understand it as a symbol of the working class community and its fortunes. CC Some photos are quite autobiographical in origin.

Knock Three Times Working Men, Social Clubs and Other Stories by Chris Coekin, David Campany .

Knock Three Times Working Men, Social Clubs and Other Stories by Chris Coekin, David Campany Hardcover, 96 Pages, Published 2007 by Dewi Lewis Publishing ISBN-13: 978-1-904587-28-6, ISBN: 1-904587-28-3.

Knock Three Times: Working Men, Social Clubs & Other Stories: Working Men, Social Clubs and Other Stories. An interesting popular history book on a par with David Kynaston's work on post-war Britain. 5 people found this helpful.

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“Warm and engaging—filled with images that are both poignant and often very, very funny. This really is a sensational book.”—The Times (London)

Through photographs and archive material, Chris Coekin explores the cultural roots and identity of the Working Men's Club and examines the complexity of working-class culture, as well as ideas of masculinity, relationships, and work ethic.