The attitude punk is revealed by the young rebels: challenging and eccentric paces, nihilistic ideology and antiautoritariste, philosophy of the Do It Yourself and the No Future.
Such a sartorial freedom of speech, borrowed to the years 50 and 60, to the Teddy Boys and in the Modses, inspired many designers and advertising.
Unusually united, 19 famous photographers are exposed to the Renoma boutique and the Renoma Coffee Gallery, with for most unpublished photos :
Richard Bellia, Bruno Blum, Alain Dister, Brad Elterman, Catherine Faux, Férial, Danny Fields, Bobby Grossman, Bob Gruen, Jenny Lens, Mick Mercer, François Poulain, Pierre René-Worms, Marcia Resnick, Sue Rynski, Allen Tannenbaum, Dominique Tarlé, Pierre Terrasson, Maurice Wagener.
Privileged witnesses of the revolt punk, they captured the US scene of Iggy and the Stooges, MC5, New York Dolls, Television and Richard Hell, Sweep them and the Crampses, the English scene of the Gender Pistolses, the Clash, the Damned, Siouxsie & the Banshees, the French scene of the Stinky Toyses, Asphalt Jungle, Urban Metal and the German scene of Nina Hagen. within the exhibition production by Maurice Renoma, a bookstore regroups the inescapable works on the punk.