Hiding in the Light: On Images and Things

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND PICTURE CREDITS

I would like to thank all those organisations and individuals who agreed to allow illustrations and extracts to be reproduced here. I am particularly grateful to Derek Ridgers, Nick Knight, Richard Hamilton and Dave Richardson of Shoot That Tiger all of whom were consistently helpful and generous in allowing me free access to their work. I would also like to thank Simon Greenleaf and Sarah Bruen for helping track down permissions and Bernard Gudynas for giving his time and lending his talents for the final stages of production. And thanks (once more) to Mike Karslake for allowing me to use imagery taken from back issues of Lambretta Notizario to illustrate the original version of Chapter 4.

The following copyright holders have given permission to reproduce the illustrations and extracts listed below. Numbers set in bold type indicate the pages on which the illustrations or extracts appear.

14 Tiger Richardson, JD 17, Screen Print no. 88, Untitled © 1987 The James Dean Foundation, TM, manufactured under licence by Curtis Licencing, © Shoot That Tiger, 33-41 Dallington St, London ECl

16 from Picture Post © BBC Hulton Picture Library

17 (margin top, centre, and bottom) Derek Ridgers

18 (margin top) Derek Ridgers

19 (margin bottom) Derek Ridgers

20 (margin top and bottom) reproduced courtesy of Manchester Public Libraries

21 (margin bottom) reproduced courtesy of the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport Central Library, Stockport, England

22 (top) Nick Knight (bottom) Derek Ridgers

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