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Exhibitions in London
Your regularly updated guide to the best free, new and critically acclaimed exhibitions in London
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- Design Museum 28 Butlers Wharf, Shad Thames, SE1 2YD
- Wed Mar 26 2014 - Fri Jun 27 2014
- V&A Cromwell Rd, SW7 2RL
- Sat Apr 5 2014 - Sun Jul 27 2014
Previously unpublished work by the late American society photographer, gives us exclusive access to the coastal playgrounds of the rich and famous. Shot between the late ‘50s to the mid-80s, these vibrant images capture the frivolity of the jet setting crowd.
The man responsible for capturing the swinging 60s and creating some of the most iconic fashion images of the past fifty years selects over 250 portraits from famous sitters to unknowns. Organised thematically, the show will take you on a journey through rock and roll London all the way to Papua New Guinea showing the variety of Bailey’s lens.
- Rated as: 4/5
In Bishopsgate Institute, Jeremy Freedman unearthed a pile of photos, all taken by enigmatic photographer CA Mathew one sunny day in 1912. Freedman’s skilful re-prints now hang on the walls of Eleven Spitalfields, a restored Georgian house, along with a Charles Booth poverty map of London from the period. The photographs themselves are charming.
Tower Bridge's West Walkway, situated 42 meters above the Thames, will host this new photographic exhibition. Focusing on the people, places, events and designs that epitomised the 1960s the 26 large scale panels will be accompanied by an extended caption explaining the history of each image. Subjects include Twiggy, Michael Caine, Elizabeth Taylor, The Aldermaston marches, Harold Wilson and Jackie Stewart.
This celebrated annual photographic award exhibition is back with four new nominations who are all worthy of the £30,000 prize, but who will take home the coveted prize?
Stunning black-and-white photographs of music icons from Bowie, Blondie and Springstein to Thin Lizzy, The Clash and The Specials by the portrait snapper who started out his photographic career as the NME staff photographer in 1975.
Here's a very good popup exhibition: http://www.cre8lifestylecentre.org.uk/gallery.html It's worth having this on your site on a regular basis!