Proud Galleries in Camden, London are hosting an exhibition of photographs portraying the contemporary music scene by a collaboration of the UK’s six leading music photographers: Roger Sargent, Mick Hutson, Andy Fallon, Paul Harries, Andy Cotterill and Andy Willsher who shot this Arctic Monkeys portrait.
Klaxons join forces with CSS for this Andy Willsher photo. The six photographers behind the exhibition met while working at Reading Festival in 1999.
Marina, of And The Diamonds Fame, is photographed by Andy Willsher. The exhibit takes a look at the modern music scene and it’s icons today.
Thom Yorke is shot by Andy Willsher while he eats an ice cream. ‘Six Shooters’ kicks of on July 22nd at Proud Galleries in Camden, London.
Roger Sargent takes a portrait of Queens Of The Stone Age. Proud Galleries has a long history of bringing music and photography together, hosting gigs and exhibits.
Andy Willsher shoots The Horrors dealing with a graffiti artist.
The six photographers have each donated one of their prints to be auctioned in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. The images include portraits of Dave Grohl, Libertines, Slipknot and this one of Noel Fielding by Andy Fallon.
Andy Fallon gives his take on a photo of Dizzee. The ‘Six Shooters’ exhibit also contains portraits of Muse, Paul Weller, Björk, Green Day, Lily Allen and Pete Doherty.
Razorlight’s Johnny Borrell smiles for Andy Fallon. ‘Six Shooters’ at Proud Camden closes on September 12.
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