The Warehouse Project & Design Manchester present… End Of Store Street.
The End Of Store Street exhibition is curated by The Warehouse Project’s photographer Sebastian Matthes and designer Paul Hemmingfield, both of whom have been on board since day one.
A mix of truly world-class photography and graphic artwork from The Warehouse Project’s huge archive, the show brings together creative highlights from Seb and Paul’s twelve years of hard work, dedication and moments of inspiration.
For ten years Store Street has been The Warehouse Project’s spiritual home and has seen some of the club’s most legendary nights take place, with over one million people passing through its doors and dancing under its arches.
For twelve years and counting it has been Seb’s job to capture these moments, and Paul’s to design some of the brand’s most iconic posters, plus the original logo which is still used today.
This year The Warehouse Project bids its final farewell to the infamous venue, before moving onto its next chapter and finding new places to dance.
The End Of Store Street exhibition is the perfect opportunity to view snapshots of Warehouse Project history from the past twelve years, curated specially by Seb & Paul, whilst also looking to its future and what it might hold.
The exhibition also includes a selection of photographs from The Warehouse Project’s many additional photographers who have come through the door over the years.
“For twelve weeks this city is ours”