Tuesday, 13 March 2012

The Little Black Gallery x The Imperial Arms (PHOTOGRAPHY)

'Incendiary Blonde by Bob Carlos Clarke' © bobcarlosclarke.com

The iconic work of legendary lensman Bob Carlos Clarke (which I've previously written about HERE for The Arbuturian), is to be displayed at The Imperial Arms, an old Victorian pub in London, as part of a new showcase of both archive and contemporary photography.

The pub's landlady, socialite Tamara Beckwith, is joining forces with The Little Black Gallery to exhibit work in the pub during daytime hours, including a Bob Carlos Clarke bar with wall-to-wall images by the late photographer, which will also be available to purchase. 
The pub will then return to a normal drinking establishment in the evening, but don't expect to see Tamara pulling any pints! 

The second show space for the LBG will officially open on April 17 at 577 King's Road, London SW6, with a launch entitled 'The Best Of The Little Black Gallery' which will feature work by Terry O'Neill, Gered Mankowitz, Mike Figgis, Lisa Creagh and Luke Foreman.

For more info head to TheLittleBlackGallery


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