7 September - 19 October 2013
The gallery presents images of supermodels like Naomi Campbell, Iman and Kate Moss. And portraits of actresses like Ursula Andress, Andie MacDowell, Audrey Hepburn, Isabella Rossellini, Michelle Pfeiffer and Sharon Stone. But also David Bowie, Johan Cruijff, James Garner, Queen and Diana Ross shine on the wall.
The reason for the exhibition is a new, recently published book by the legendary photographer. He made a selection from his extensive archive of more than two million negatives. The book, entitled 'Terry O’Neill', includes more than 300 photos in colour and black and white. There is also a special edition available in XL format with an exclusive print of Brigitte Bardot.
Terry O’Neill (London, 1938) is one of the world’s most celebrated and collected photographers. He pioneered a more intimate, reportage style of celebrity photography. No one has captured the frontline of fame so broadly and for so long. For more than 50 years, he has photographed rock stars and presidents, royals and movie stars, at work, at play, in private.
Beside album covers and movie posters, pictures of Terry O’Neill have been published in prestigious magazines such as GQ, Newsweek, TIME, Vanity Fair and Vogue. His work is exhibited in galleries in more than 30 cities around the world. The National Portrait Gallery in London has 75 portraits in her collection.