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Black and White Nudes London 1967 by Brian Duffy

Black and White Nudes London 1967

Black and White Nudes London 1967

 Brain Duffy shot this image in 1967 for The Observer Magazine ,an article called The great Caucasold Myth , An article by Christine Doyle deconstructing race and stereotypes ,signed silver gelatin  print edition 22 (size image size) ,Brian Duffy, one  of the photographers who defined the look of London “Swinging Sixties .‘’ After attending St Martins School of Art  he started his career in photography  in 1959 . His body  of work includes  Fashion for Vogue and many other leading magazines including French Elle . Duffy shot two  calendars for Pirelli , sensual for the day  . His advertising  for the Smirnoff campaign won Duffy acclaim  and awards. He is best known for his work with David Bowie .He shot five sessions with Bowie .  The most recognized is the Aladdin Sane album cover nicknamed the “Mona Lisa of Pop”.  Tristan’s Gallery are pleased to offer a selection of Duffy’s  outstanding  prints in different sizes and signed within his lifetime or estate stamped . All come with a certificate  of authenticity .

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