Iconic Images will exhibit its full roster of world renowned photographers at Photo London, showcasing images that have never been exhibited before, including vintage works by pioneering British photographers Terry O’Neill and Norman Parkinson. O’Neill chronicled the rise of youth culture in the 60s, charting emerging rock and roll bands before working with the biggest names in and cinema, from the 60s to present day.
Parkinson, called “the father of fashion photography” by the New York Times, inspired a new breed of fashion photographers, from his early beginnings in the 1930s until his death in 1990, working for Vogue, Queen, Harpers Bazaar and Town & Country for six decades. Also in attendance will be the legendary Douglas Kirkland, who worked with Marilyn Monroe on a seminal shoot shortly before her death in 1962.
PhotoLondon takes place 17th May – 20th May 2018, Somerset House. More info at PhotoLondon.org