Photographers on display
There are some high-profile names lining the walls of the Proud Camden Gallery, from British Vogue regular Brian Duffy and photographer to the stars Brian Aris, to Cockney local Eric Swayne and David McCabe, who documented a whole year in Andy Warhol's notorious Factory in 1964.
Don't miss Justin De Villeneuve's spectacular image of 15 year old Twiggy and Brian Aris's punk shots of Debbie Harry. We're also in awe of John Byrne Cooke's snap of Knockin' On Heaven's Door writer Bob Dylan caught in a informal moment with friends and family. Then there's Gijsbert Hanekroot's arresting photographs of British rock megastars the Rolling Stones to get your teeth into.
Step back to the birth of pop culture, where photography was capturing the most famous rule breakers on film at the height of their power.
|What||Masters & Luminaries, Proud Camden|
|Where||Proud Camden, The Horse Hospital, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AH | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Chalk Farm (underground)|
23 Jul 15 – 13 Sep 15, Mon-Sun : 11am – 5pm
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