• Guido Harari: Frank Zappa

    £ 787£ 2,362
    Zappa has always been one of my heroes and in 1982 I set out to put him on the cover of the prestigious Uomo Vogue magazine. No mean feat as 1982 was the year that Armani and Italian fashion exploded worldwide and FZ was not exactly what youd expect on Vogue. He lay down on dozens of music parts for orchestra that he was very proud of (at the time no orchestra had ever played any of his music, with the exception maybe of Pierre Boulez). The title of the one hes holding says it all: Zappa The Perfect Stranger.
  • In the summer of 1967, the nineteen year old photographer was commissioned to shoot Frank Zappa in his London hotel room to promote an upcoming concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Zappa let him in upon arrival and proceeded to use the toilet, Robert seized the opportunity and immediately asked through the ajar door if he could take his picture on the throne - Zappa obliged. Fifty years on, Robert Davidson and his negatives were re-united. As a result, Robert is now able to offer signed limited edition photographs to collectors. 
  • In the summer of 1967, the nineteen year old photographer was commissioned to shoot Frank Zappa in his London hotel room to promote an upcoming concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Zappa let him in upon arrival and proceeded to use the toilet, Robert seized the opportunity and immediately asked through the ajar door if he could take his picture on the throne - Zappa obliged. Fifty years on, Robert Davidson and his negatives were re-united. As a result, Robert is now able to offer signed limited edition photographs to collectors.
  • In the summer of 1967, the nineteen year old photographer was commissioned to shoot Frank Zappa in his London hotel room to promote an upcoming concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Zappa let him in upon arrival and proceeded to use the toilet, Robert seized the opportunity and immediately asked through the ajar door if he could take his picture on the throne - Zappa obliged. Fifty years on, Robert Davidson and his negatives were re-united. As a result, Robert is now able to offer signed limited edition photographs to collectors.
  • In the summer of 1967, the nineteen year old photographer was commissioned to shoot Frank Zappa in his London hotel room to promote an upcoming concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Zappa let him in upon arrival and proceeded to use the toilet, Robert seized the opportunity and immediately asked through the ajar door if he could take his picture on the throne - Zappa obliged. Fifty years on, Robert Davidson and his negatives were re-united. As a result, Robert is now able to offer signed limited edition photographs to collectors.
  • In the summer of 1967, the nineteen year old photographer was commissioned to shoot Frank Zappa in his London hotel room to promote an upcoming concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Zappa let him in upon arrival and proceeded to use the toilet, Robert seized the opportunity and immediately asked through the ajar door if he could take his picture on the throne - Zappa obliged. Fifty years on, Robert Davidson and his negatives were re-united. As a result, Robert is now able to offer signed limited edition photographs to collectors.
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