Brian Duffy will be well known to aficionados of pop culture, not least through his five sessions with David Bowie – he created the classic Aladdin Sane cover image. Together with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, Duffy is recognised as one of the innovators of “documentary” fashion photography, a style which revolutionised fashion imagery and furthermore the fashion industry.
He also photographed the Beatles, and we will be including rare signed examples of his work in our We Love The Beatles exhibition. Duffy passed away in 2010, and his son Chris curates his father’s archive, ensuring his legacy lives on.
We are delighted that the Duffy archive have produced a beautiful nine-frame contact sheet of John Lennon images from 1965, exclusively for the We Love The Beatles exhibition. This is being offered for the very first time on the collectors market, as a limited edition posthumous estate authorised artwork, in a choice of two sizes, including a beautiful 40×40 inch image size – which will be on the walls in the exhibition.
The contact sheet is available to order now – via the link below.