Packed house, queuing all the way down Creek Road, bouncers overwhelmed, scumbag footballers excluded, car park trashed. Some images retrieved. Here’re some. All derived from Elizabeth Gowing’s poem Exposure. Or not.

Lady by Alan Phinbow

Sussex footpath by Bart Brownell

Brighton Silhouette by Roger Mead

‘…¬†and plaster pocked and picked to an image of a girl’ by Caroline Fraser

Mokoe in snow by Chris Hudson

Window by Graeme Webb

Concrete by John Levett

Graff by Nick Cobb

Saatchi Gallery by Stefan Lubomirski de Vaux

Exposure by Alex McIlhiney

Ann’s Room by Kate Wentworth