Overview

David Bailey is a renowned British photographer who was a leading figure in the Swinging Sixties London scene. In a career that covers nearly 60 years he has been able to capture everyone from Kate Moss to Andy Warhol.

 

Bailey's work reflects the 1960s British cultural trend of breaking down antiquated and rigid class barriers by injecting a working-class or “punk” look into both clothing and artistic products

Works
  • David Bailey, Queen Live Aid, 1985
    Queen Live Aid, 1985
  • David Bailey, Jean Shrimpton American Vogue, 1971
    Jean Shrimpton American Vogue, 1971
  • David Bailey, The Rolling Stones, 1968
    The Rolling Stones, 1968
  • David Bailey, John & Paul Standing, 1965
    John & Paul Standing, 1965
  • David Bailey, Federico Fellini, Marcello Mastroianni and Jean Shrimpton, 1960's
    Federico Fellini, Marcello Mastroianni and Jean Shrimpton, 1960's
Biography

David Bailey is a renowned British photographer who was a leading figure in the Swinging Sixties London scene. In a career that covers nearly 60 years he has been able to capture everyone from Kate Moss to Andy Warhol.

 

Bailey's work reflects the 1960s British cultural trend of breaking down antiquated and rigid class barriers by injecting a working-class or “punk” look into both clothing and artistic products.

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