Celebrity portraits of Mick Jagger and Madonna feature in new exhibition
Wednesday 01 September 2010
An photography exhibition starting tomorrow is set to show portraits of many household names including Madonna, Mick Jagger and RunDMC.
Then and There, Here and Now is an exhibition hosting the works of photographer Peter Anderson. It will reveal a collection of black and white portraits taken when he was staff photographer at NME in the 1980s.
The spontaneous shots reveal the sheer vitality of an era when music, fashion and politics first collided – a rarely-seen alternative 80s.
Sold alongside works by Warhol, Basquiat and Banksy, Anderson’s work reflects what is now called ‘Urban Art’.
Then and There, Here and Now, 1-26 September, The Book Club, 100 Leonard Street, London.
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