Oasis, White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys feature in NME photographers' exhibition

Six Shooters exhibition set for London's Proud Galleries

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Oasis, The White Stripes, The Mighty Boosh and Arctic Monkeys are among the acts who feature in a new exhibition of NME photographers' work set for London.

The exhibition, entitled The Six Shooters, will be hosted at Camden's Proud Galleries from July 22 to September 12.

The photographers whose work will be on show are Roger Sargent, Mick Hutson, Andy Fallon, Paul Harries, Andy Willsher and Andy Cotterill. Other acts who feature include Muse, Pete Doherty, The Killers and Blur.

See Proud.co.uk for more information and get the new issue of NME, out now, for a preview of some of the photos from the exhibition, which is on UK newsstands now or can be purchased digitally worldwide.

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