Derek Ridgers presents Afternoon at the Seven Palms and Other Stories at The Society Club


Seductive and alluring, Derek Ridgers gorgeously captures the female form in his new photography exhibit ‘Afternoon at the Seven Palms and Other Stories’, opening at The Society Club on 12 June.   This will be the first time Ridgers has shown these photos.

‘We’re thrilled to welcome back Derek Ridgers.  His first show with us, ‘Un/Seen’, showcased Derek’s unique eye in capturing celebrities.  With this new show, the focus in on composition, light and the uncompromising beauty of women.’ -Babette Kulik and Carrie Kania, owners of The Society Club

Afternoon at the Seven Palms and Other Stories, photographs by Derek Ridges will be at The Society Club from 12 June

Derek Ridgers is an established and well-known photographer.  He has worked for such newspapers and magazines like NME, The Face, The Independent and Time Out.  His photography was included in Tate Britain’s first photography show, and shown at the Victoria and Albert Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Proud Gallery and most recently, his iconic shot of Keith Richards was included in The Sunday Times 50th Anniversary Exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea.

About The Society Club
The Society Club, ‘A bookshop with style’ (Tea Time in Wonderland) is located in Soho, London with the intention of bringing ‘the best of all possible things’ to the forefront. The Society Club aims to promote culture, style and literature through select events and exhibits over an extensive cocktail menu. The Society Club has been honoured to host exhibits by photographers Bob Carlos Clarke, formento+formento, John Stoddart, Chas Ray Krider as well as iconic photographer Leee Black Childers and the debut exhibit of Scarlett Carlos Clarke. The Society Club was featured as The Cult Shop in FT’s How to Spend It, named by The Guardian as a favourite independent bookshop, a best drinking spot in The Telegraph and One of London’s Most Interesting Shops via CNN Travel.

Maitresse Crash, a world famous performance and suspension artist. It taken in her apartment in Downtown Los Angeles.  

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