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Photo special: Iconic Images open second London gallery

Launched this week with an evening opening bash (above top – thanks for the invite Ellie!) The Iconic Images Gallery in Piccadilly London will show off the photography collections owned and represented by the agency.

This is the second London gallery by the agency, the first is still open in Chelsea, Iconic told PAN: ‘The Iconic Images Gallery aims to host the most exciting exhibitions in the capital, in what will be one of the world’s largest fine-art photography destinations. Work from world-renowned photographers who captured the landscape of our cultural history will be on display, including luminaries such as Terry O’Neill CBE, Norman Parkinson CBE, Gered Mankowitz, George Rodger, Douglas Kirkland and Milton Greene.’

‘Exhibitions will cover the world of fame, fashion, and the events that defined the twentieth century. Comprising candid shots and acclaimed portraits of history-makers, legendary actors, musicians, sports, politics and fashion – from Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones; Winston Churchill and Martin Luther King to JFK and Nelson Mandela; plus Frank Sinatra, Elton John, David Bowie and Jimi Hendrix – Iconic’s roster contains images that have defined our visual landscape for a century.’

“It’s long been a dream to open the world’s premier destination for photographers whose historic images have elevated a photograph captured in a fraction of a second to what is now a multi-million dollar chunk of the art market,” said Robin Morgan, President, Iconic Images.

• Current Exhibition:  Roll Over Beethoven: Ten Years that Changed Rock and Roll, 1963-1973, featuring the work of Terry O’Neill, Gered Mankowitz, Ed Caraeff, Baron Wolman, Kevin Cummins, Michael Joseph, Justin de Villeneuve and Michael Ward 

• Visit: Open to the public from Tuesday to Saturday from 12:00pm-8pm The Iconic Images Gallery is located at 16 Waterloo Place, St. James’s, London SW1Y 4AR

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