Exhibition : Eva Sereny, Anemoi Gallery

Anemoi Art Gallery, 43 Brook Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 4HJ

Friday 14th September 2018

Paul Newman

A photographic exhibition of Eva Sereny’s works will open at Anemoi Art Gallery in Mayfair on Friday 14th September 2018 and run through the Fall.

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Iconic Spotlight : Sarah Vaughan, by Ted Williams

Sarah Vaughan

This photo was taken on Sarah’s first national tour as a single. I was a student at The Institute of Design at the time, and called Sarah directly at her hotel (possible in those days) and received permission to photograph her in her dressing room for the next issue of a non-existent college newspaper.

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Audrey Hepburn: Beyond the Screen

Proud Galleries, 32 John Adam St, London WC2N 6BP

17th August - 30th September 2018

Proud Galleries is pleased to present ‘Audrey Hepburn: Beyond the Screen’, a photographic exhibition displaying rare portraits of Audrey Hepburn captured by a selection of high profile twentieth century photographers. This collection brings together the work of Terry O’Neill, Norman Parkinson, Bob Willoughby, Eva Sereny, Mark Shaw and Douglas Kirkland; each celebrated for their distinct portrayals of Hepburn.

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#FineArtFriday – Jump!, by Norman Parkinson

But it was one shot in particular, of model Pamela Minchin, clad in a Fortnum & Mason swimsuit, jumping from a breakwater on to a beach on the Isle of Wight in July 1939, that would become one of the most seminal images of the iconic photographers career.

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Jimi Hendrix, by Terence Donovan

Jimi Hendrix

On the 25th August 1967 Terence Donovan visited Jimi Hendrix in his temporary home at Number 9, 43 Upper Berkeley Street, W1. Donovan was by now firmly established as one of swinging London’s leading young photographers, part of the triumvirate (along with his friends David Bailey and Brian Duffy) christened the ‘Black Trinity’ by their elder peer Norman Parkinson.

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