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Sixties London and Life on the Road - Proud Galleries

Trafalgar Square, London 1960s © Dorothy Bohm Archive. Print Size: 15x18" Vintage Print.

Exhibition preview

SIXTIES London, an exhibition of images by celebrated photographer Dorothy Bohm, is on display at Proud Chelsea until April 28, 2013.

This collection, subtle in its beauty and bold in its scrutiny, reveals the photographer’s own vision of 60s London as she casts her inquisitive eye over a city that is both foreign and familiar.

With her trusty Rolleiflex camera, she picks out a mismatched troop of besuited bankers, mischievous schoolchildren and attractive yet curiously isolated women against impressive urban landmarks and more intimate backstreets.

And coming soon to Proud Camden is Graham Nash: Life on the Road, a collection of rock ‘n’ roll portraits taken by musician, photographer and political activist Graham Nash.

Shot between 1969 and 2003, this exhibition of Nash’s photographs includes revealing portraits of family and friends, images of life on the road, still lifes and landscapes, street photographs, and a unique series of self-portraits.

The exhibition will be on dislay from April 3 to May 26, 2013.