Moving portraits of Liam Gallagher and Miles Kane to be shown at free London exhibition

The three-minute HD video portraits, 16ft tall, will be projected onto the Royal Albert Hall's gallery walls

Moving portraits of Liam Gallagher and Miles Kane to be shown at free London exhibition

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"Moving portraits" of artists including Liam Gallagher[a] and [a]Miles Kane are to be shown at a free exhibition in London later this week (June).

Face To Face: The Moving Portrait will also feature video portraits of The Maccabees, Azealia Banks and Wretch 32, among others. The exhibition's free open evening takes place from 6pm-9pm this Sunday, June 16 at London's Royal Albert Hall.

During the exhibition, the three-minute HD video portraits - which are 16ft in height - will be projected onto the Royal Albert Hall's gallery walls. According to the exhibition blurb, "this enables the viewer to study each subject up close and personal, providing them with an intimacy into the character of each artist that they have never been seen before".

Face To Face: The Moving Portrait is the work of Tom Oxley, who has created several new works especially for the Royal Albert Hall exhibition, including portraits of Queens Of The Stone Age, Haim and MS MR.

Further information about the exhibition is available on the Royal Albert Hall website.

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