01 September 2012
New Order - An Exhibition Catalogue 
Electronic Beats presents
New Order: An Exhibition
Featuring works by Peter Saville and Kevin Cummins
June 21-July 4, 2012 at. HBC, Berlin

New Order: An Exhibition Featuring works by Peter Saville and Kevin Cummins; front
Front cover

Contents:

Foreword by Max Dax, Editor-in-Chief, Electronic Beats Magazine
"Life is a struggle, but art in its highest form is victory" (Essay by Paul Morley)
"There was a fascination for everything related to the war because it was all around me" (Bernard Sumner) (A round table interview with Max Dax and New Order's founding members Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert)

Peter Saville - Works 1981-2005 (illustrated catalogue of New Order sleeves)
Kevin Cummins - Works 1981-2009 (selected photographs)

Appendix - Notes on Kevin Cummins, Max Dax, Paul Morley and Peter Saville

Acknowledgements:

Electronic Beats would like to give special thanks to New Order, Kevin Cummins, Peter Saville and Paul Morley, Rebecca Boulton and Andrew Robinson at Prime Management, Alice Cowling and Matt Robertson at Peter Saville Studio, Kathleen Karrer, Corinna Koch, Luci Lux, Damien Mazières and Michael Lutz.

New Order: An Exhibition Featuring works by Peter Saville and Kevin Cummins; reverse
Back cover

With thanks to Mark Rutter for procuring a copy from the exhibition.

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