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Rock Stars - Photographic Portraits
Rock Stars Photographic Portraits features portraits of Bowie, Blondie, Queen, The Jam and many more by some of the UK's leading photographers; Peter Hince, Brian Aris, Chris Close, John Claridge and Doug Corrance.
Free exhibition with all editioned prints for sale.
Opening times (Wed - Sat) can vary so please call in advance of travelling as we are always happy to open by appointment.
One of the photographers, Chris Close will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
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