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Classic Iconic shoots by Iconic Photographers


Brian Duffy, together with David Bailey and Terence Donovan was one of the innovators of “documentary” fashion photography, a style which revolutionised fashion imagery and the fashion industry of the late 50’s and 60’s. His iconic photography of David Bowie as Aladdin Sane 1973, has become one of the most celebrated images of our times, and has been described as the “Mona Lisa of Pop” photograph

Gered Mankowitz has been photographing the rock world for over 40 years.  After leaving school at 15 and with no formal qualifications he began his photographic career. The turning point in his career came when he was asked by The Rolling Stones manager to photograph The Stones on their infamous 1965 tour. Well known for his striking and intimate images of Jimi Hendrix, The Slade and The Rolling Stones, the gallery holds a series of his Iconic sitting with Jimi Hendrix and The Experience at Mason’s Yard, London 1967.

Sheila Rock’s  fascinating photographs of punk, document the scene in its thrilling infancy. Rock was invited to see the Patti Smith Group’s now legendary performance at the Roundhouse in May 1976 and introduced to punk group Clash, who were playing a few months later at the ICA. Intrigued, Rock went along with her camera and started snapping.

Kevin Cummins has been a photographer for most of his working life and is now accepted as one of the world’s most venerated music and portrait photographers. After studying photography for four years in Salford, Kevin embarked on a career that was to encompass a wide range of photographic work. The burgeoning punk scene in Manchester dominated his early work and he quickly became one of the premier documentary photographers of the era.Brian DuffyBrian Duffy is considered one of the most ground-breaking of British Photographers, who set the pace for the revolutionary imagery of the swinging sixties. His career spanned almost three decades, and he is responsible for some of the most memorable imagery of his time.

All prints are available to order through the gallery, other works are also available by these artists.

Gered Mankowitz – Jimi Hendrix Masons Yard Session 4 1967

Gered Mankowitz – Jimi Hendrix – Colour Classic

Gered Mankowitz – Jimi Hendrix – The Experience – Masons Yard Session 1967

Gered Mankowitz – Jimi Hendrix – Masons Yard Session 1967 (5)

Gered Mankowitz – Jimi Hendrix Masons Yard, 1 – 1967

Gered Mankowitz – Jimi Hendrix Smiling, Masons Yard, 2 – 1967

Gered Mankowitz – Jimi Hendrix Masons Yard, – 3 -1967

Sheila Rock – The Clash – Chalk Farm -1977

Sheila Rock – Debbie Harry, Holland Park London, 1977

Sheila Rock – Siouxsie Sioux – London, 1982

Brian Duffy – David Bowie, Aladdin Sane, Demi-Contact Sheet 1973

Brian Duffy – David Bowie – Aladdin Sane – Eyes Shut 1973

Brian Duffy – David Bowie – Aladdin Sane – Eyes Open

Jill Furmanovsky – Oasis, Paris 1995

Jill Furmanovsky/Rockarchive – Pink Floyd, Dressing Room, The Dome, 1972

Jill Furmanovsky – Dave Gilmour, Nassau Stadium 1980

Terry O’Neill – David Bowie Diamond Dogs 2, 1974

Terry O’Neill – John Lennon, Wembley TB096 , 1964

Terry O’Neill – The Rolling Stones RS004 Tin Pan Alley, 1963

Terry O’Neill – Mick’s Parka Signed Prints RS009

Kevin Cummins – Pete Shelley, Buzzcocks

Kevin Cummins – David Bowie, Rollarana Leeds, 1973

Kevin Cummins – Madonna – Hacienda 1984

Terry Pastor – Hunky Dory

Terry Pastor – Oh You Pretty Things! Pink and Blue

Michael Putland -Blondie, Viv Albertine, Siouxsie, Chrissy Hynde, Poly Styrene and Pauline Black, London August 1980

Michael Putland – Mick Jagger – Performing with The Rolling Stones, Glasgow 1973

Michael Putland – Tom Waits, Portobello Road, London 1976

Michael Putland – Mick and Bianca Jagger, Asleep on the morning flight after Rolling Stones end of tour party, Berlin 1973