Short Skirts, Sharp Suits. Proud Galleries present the photography of Terry O’Neill

Proud Galleries focus on iconic sixties photographer Terry O'Neill in their April exhibition of Rolling Stones photos

Whatever your mental image of 1960s London looks like, odds-on it comes from a Terry O’Neill photo.

In anticipation of their O’Neill retrospective of Rolling Stones shots Bowie and Taylor, copyright Terry O'Neillcoming up in April, Proud Galleries whet the nostalgist’s appetite for sharp suits, a-line skirts and barefoot starlets with a series of iconic images in their The Best of Terry O’Neill collection. Spanning an evocative era, the prints range from on-set Hollywood reportage, high-concept album covers to those early sixties Stones shots.

“Nobody knew at the time that 1963 was a pivotal year. There was a whiff in the air, and I think Terry O’Neill probably felt it as much as I did, but from different angles. Terry was behind the lens, everywhere, always.” – Keith Richards

PROUD GALLERIES PRESENTS

THE BEST OF TERRY O’NEILL

FEATURING PRINTS CO-SIGNED BY FAYE DUNAWAY, BRIGITTE BARDOT, ROGER MOORE & RAQUEL WELCH

Raquel Welch, One Million Years BC c

Proud Chelsea Exhibition

Breaking Stones 1963-1965: A Band on the Brink of Superstardom. Photographs by Terry O’Neill
7th April – 5th June 2016

Photos copyright Terry O’Neill

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