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Moby - Signing copies of Destroyed

Monday 1st August 2011 5pm - 6pm Royal Festival Hall Signing, Music Event, Free Event

As one of the most significant figures in dance music, having sold millions of albums worldwide, Moby needs little introduction. Less familiar though is his work as a photographer, which has been a passion of his since the age of 10 and has culminated in his new collection of photographs, Destroyed, published by Damiani as a companion to his acclaimed new album. Taken on his recent world tour, the photographs in Destroyed introduce us to a rarely seen side of touring - the secluded time spent in artificial spaces like hotel rooms and backstage waiting areas - and evoke a mood which is by turns strange, beautiful and poignant.

Join us for an hour on the Southbank as music legend Moby signs copies of his new book and treats us to a short acoustic set.Destroyed will be available to purchase for £25, and includes a copy of Moby's new album on CD.
No reservation is necessary, but we recommend you come early to join the queue. The event will finish at 6pm.

Foyles at Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

 

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