Celebrating the Museum of the Moving Image's new music video exhibition with a classic

Date
18 March 2013
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If I needed any more tempting to drop everything and jump on a flight to New York, The Museum of the Moving Image have just given me a great reason. The smart people over in Queens have been putting together Spectacle – the first ever museum exhibition to celebrate “the art and history of the music video”, which opens early next month. The romp through the last 35 years of vids will showcase over 300 videos, artifacts, and interactive installations – and of course (my personal all-time favourite) Peter Gabriel’s Seldgehammer for your Monday Morning pleasure.

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Peter Gabriel: Sledgehammer (still)

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Peter Gabriel: Sledgehammer (still)

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Peter Gabriel: Sledgehammer (still)

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Peter Gabriel: Sledgehammer (still)

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Peter Gabriel: Sledgehammer (still)

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