Morrissey exhibition opens in New York

'Irregular Regulars' charts the former Smith's tours

A new photo exhibition documenting the legendary devotion of Morrissey fans has opened in New York.

‘Irregular Regulars’ has been devised by American photographer Ryan McGinley, who spent almost two years trailing the ex-Smiths star during his tours of the US, UK and Mexico, collecting thousands of photos from hundreds of gigs in the process.

A long time devotee of the Mancunian-miserablist himself, McGinley used his knowledge of Morrissey’s set to predict the biggest reactions from the crowd and chose the best 20 for this exhibit.

The prints are also being offered for sale in very limited runs and the most expensive portraits carry a price tag of around $6000.

‘Irregular Regulars’ is expected to run until February 10 at Team Gallery (Teamgalcom), which is located in the Soho district of Manhattan.

Meanwhile, Morrissey will bring the ‘Ringleader Of The Tormentors’ campaign to a close this week with a three-night stand at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in California on February 1, 2 and 3.