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London Rock: The Unseen Archive by Alec Byrne

Proud Gallery London presents, London Rocks: The Unseen Archive by Alec Byrne, opens on the 8th December, showcasing original works by acclaimed former NME photographer Alec Byrne. This exclusive exhibition explores the cultural significance of Rock n’ Roll in 60s and 70s London, documenting the faces and fashions of the musicians who were at the forefront of the musical revolution. Featuring youthful portraits of David Bowie, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones, it captures an unprecedented moment in British music history.

This exhibition featuring many unseen photographs will coincide with the UK launch of Alec Byrne’s comprehensive book ‘London Rock: The Unseen Archive’, distributed by Ebury Publishing.

Images courtesy of © Alec Byrne

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