A PHOTOGRAPHIC exhibition charting the 'generation defining' New York band LCD Soundsystem is to have its UK premiere in Glasgow.

The show will open on October 3 at SWG3 and will feature 23 one-off images by photographer Ruvan Wijesooriya, curated by Joe Henry, who was behind exhibitions of Amy Winehouse and Andy Warhol.

It follows a recent successful run at The Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Dublin, which Joe Henry also curated.

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The Glasgow exhibition will launch with a free-for-all party with a DJ set from Optimo’s JG Wilkes. 

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Joe Henry, curator and artist said; “Ruvan is the official photographer for LCD and has the best collection of the band I have ever seen.

"His access and friendship with LCD is something rare in the commercialized and controlled music industry of today, and this close relationship can be seen in the rapport between photographer and subject.

“He shot the two covers for This is Happening and Bye Bye Bayou; His work is purely documentary style, living with the band in LA and NYC and documenting them in the studio, on the road and live."

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Ruvan Wijesooriya, photographer, “Joe had this dream to make something happen and he got in touch.

"He did an Amy Winehouse and Andy Warhol exhibition and was thinking about what he wanted to do next and he got in touch with LCD Soundsystem."

The photographs will be accompanied by a series of paintings by Scottish artist Joe Henry,

Meryl Gilbert of SWG3 said, “LCD Soundsystem are a bold, brilliant and generation-defining band and we look forward to celebrating them with this fascinating collection of photographs and paintings.”