Silver screen pinup Audrey Hepburn is as famous for her roles in cult-classics including Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Gigi and My Fair Lady as for her gamine beauty, nipped-in waists and pearls. The globally renowned and celebrated Golden Age film and stage actress, fashion legend, and humanitarian arguably shaped the course of 20th-century film and fashion more than any of her female peers.
Audrey at Home on a Sun Lounger, 1954, Mark Shaw
Mark Shaw, Audrey Hepburn being towel dried, 1953
Each exhibiting photographer captures a different side of the Hollywood starlet. Bob Willoughby’s portraits of a fresh-faced Hepburn are displayed alongside a collection of colourful later portraits taken by Terry O'Neill. Glorious fashion photography comes courtesy of celebrity photographers Norman Parkinson and Douglas Kirkland.
From candid images of Audrey at home to little-known images of Hepburn undertaking her much lauded charitable endeavors, Audrey Hepburn: Beyond the Screen at Proud Galleries London celebrates her eminent position in the history of popular culture.
|What||Proud Galleries London, Audrey Hepburn: Beyond the Screen|
|Where||Proud Gallery London, 32 John Adam St, London , WC2N 6BP | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Charing Cross (underground)|
17 Aug 18 – 30 Sep 18, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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