Artist David Bailey is best known for his portraits of the trendsetting faces commonly seen in the pages of Vogue and, most recently, in Bailey’s Stardust at London’s National Portrait Gallery. In addition to portraits of iconic figures such as Mick Jagger, Bailey: For Real presents a collection of his photographs of the everyday, including captivating portraits of anonymous figures in Delhi and stark images of London’s East End. These works constitute a relatively unexplored yet equally intriguing component of Bailey’s artistic oeuvre. Many of the works in this exhibition have ragged edges where Bailey has torn the photographic paper before printing, rendering each piece entirely unique.
World-renowned international artists have come together to contribute work to Me, My Brain and I, an exciting series of brain sculptures to be exhibited and auctioned in aid of Parkinson’s UK, supported by The Auction Collective and Christie’s.