Renowned British photographer Terry O’Neill is launching an exhibition of his iconic images coupled with new, previously unseen works. As one of the world’s most acclaimed and collected photographers he is best known for his intimate images of the most legendary and powerful faces of the past sixty years, spanning politics, music, film, theatre and royalty.
Since first picking up a camera in 1962, O’Neill has captured the frontline of fame, in particular the emerging rock stars of the Sixties. These images have now reached cult status, including those of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones whilst they were still struggling young bands. He has chronicled over two decades of Frank Sinatra’s life in front of the lens and produced unique and intimate photographs of icons such as Muhammad Ali, Brigitte Bardot, Sean Connery, Raquel Welch, Audrey Hepburn and many more.
The exhibition opens on 1st May 2012 and runs til the 8th June at Alon Zakaim Fine Art 5 – 7 Dover St, London W1S 4LD. Opening times are from 9am to 6pm; for more information visit www.alonzakaim.com for more information.