This summer, Proud Chelsea is pleased to introduce Pure Evil on the Kings Road, an exhibition of original artworks by leading British street artist Pure Evil. This collection explores the cultural history of the infamous Kings Road.
Proud Camden is delighted to present The Band Photographs 1968-1969, by close friend and renowned photographer Elliott Landy.
In the year 1977-8, Muhammad Ali asked Gaffney to be his personal photographer, the result was a series of intimate images depicting the boxer both in and outside the ring.
Proud Galleries is pleased to announce Breaking Stones 1963 – 1965: A Band on the Brink of Superstardom, an exhibition documenting the youth and dynamism of The Rolling Stones’ early formative years by esteemed photographer Terry O’Neill
Terry began his career working in a photographic unit for an airline at London's Heathrow Airport. During this time, he photographed a sleeping figure in a waiting area who, by happenstance, was revealed to be Britain's Home Secretary
Proud are pleased to represent a wide variety of prints of this iconic star, taken by a series of legendary photographers including Duffy, Terry O'Neill, Brian Aris and Justin de Villeneuve.
Peter Webb began his photography career in the U.S. as an assistant to the legendary advertising photographer and film director Howard Zieff.
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