An exhibition of photographs to launch a book of the same name from the archives of the late Keith Morris. Morris photographed the singer Nick Drake, who died in 1974, for all three of his albums over a two-and-a-half-year period from April 1969 to November 1971. The photos were taken in London and are a combination of location and studio portraits, including a set taken at Drake's flat on Haverstock Hill, the optimism of the first shoot for 'Five Leaves Left' contrasting starkly with the withdrawn Drake photographed on Hampstead Heath for 'Pink Moon' in 1971.
|Event phone:||020 7493 1152|
To improve this listing email: firstname.lastname@example.org