Curious Duke Gallery in East London is showing the first UK solo show of Polaroid artist Andrew Millar.
7th– 30th April 2016
173 Whitecross Street, London EC1Y 8JT
Open Monday-Friday 11:30-6:30, Saturday 12-4
Nearest stations: Old Street (exit 6) and Barbican
Only one day left to visit Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon at the National Portrait Gallery in London!
A SPRINKLE OF STARDUST’ AT THE NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY
A metaphorical journey into the 60s’ ‘Swinging London‘ and beyond: this is the main essence of Bailey ‘s Stardust, which opened last February at the National Portrait Gallery in London. Nearly three hundred portraits selected by David Bailey and reproduced in black and white on the occasion of the exhibition.
Actors, fashion icons, models, designers, artists, filmmakers in silver gelatin print with a distinctive and flamboyant vintage touch, (Mike Jagger, Kate Moss, Damon Albarn and Francis Bacon).
The main theme of the exhibition is ‘ashes to ashes, dust to dust’, the endless life and death’s dualism. Bailey ‘s Stardust epitomises the sparkling life of the showbiz and has been drawing a wide audience made up of neophytes, professional photographers and fashion lovers. Peculiar.
(Images courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London)
Bailey ‘s Stardust
6 February – 5 June 2014
National Portrait Gallery
St Martin ‘s Place
London WC2H 0HE
Telephone number: 020 7306 0055
Ticket: £ 16
Opening hours: Open every day from 10 to 18 . Thursday and Friday until 21 pm
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