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*Jill Furmanovsky 30/30/30 Exhibition: Lucy Bell Gallery

We are delighted to have collaborated with the Lucy Bell Photographic Gallery in East Sussex to present 30/30/30 a major exhibition of the work of Jill Furmanovsky. Jill  Furmanovsky, is one of the UK’s best known and respected music photographers, artists  photographed in her 40 year career include many of the biggest names in rock music: Pink Floyd, Bob Marley, Eric Clapton, Blondie, The Police, Led Zeppelin, The Pretenders, Bob Dylan, and Oasis are but a few. She has also directed videos for Oasis and The Pretenders

Jill emigrated from South Africa to London in 1965, and when she was 11 years old she became a member of the Beatles fan-club and an 'Apple scruff' – one of the teenagers that hung around outside Abbey Road hoping to catch sight of the Fab Four. Her first rock shot was of Paul McCartney standing outside his house with two of her school friends taken on a Kodak Instamatic. She graduated from Central St Martins in 1972, and went on to become the official photographer at the Rainbow Theatre, a significant venue for rock performances in the 1970s, where her career began.

30/30/30 exhibition marks 30 years of Furmanovsky’s career in music photography, and includes some of her most celebrated images including her portrait of Charlie Watts, for which she won theJane Bown Portrait Award”.

“Jill has always been in demand because she is so undemanding. For years she has won the trust of her subjects with her disarming kindness, capturing the essences of everyone from Pink Floyd and the Police to punks and New Romantic peacocks. Apart from winning the Observer Portrait Award with her marvellous 1992 study of Charlie Watts, she created superb images we all know of Chic, B.B. King, Joy Division and Oasis.” Barney Hoskyns

Alongside the 30/30/30 exhibition is a selection of the best-selling and most loved images from Rockarchive.

15th November - 4th January

Lucy Bell Fine Art Photography Gallery & Agency
46 Norman Road,
St Leonards on Sea
TN38 OEJ
01424 434828 - www.lucybell.com - gallery@lucy-bell.com

Gallery open Tuesday to Saturday 11am - 4pm or by appointment 07979 407629

Bob Marley (BM001JF)

Bob Marley

Bob Marley sitting on the bed of a rented apartment on Gloucester Road in London in 1978

Prices from £2,400.00
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Annie Lennox (EU001JF)

Annie Lennox

The styling for a cover shoot for Sounds Magazine was a sheet off the bed. The lighting came from a bedside lamp.

Prices from £1,440.00
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Blondie (BL001JF)

Blondie

More collectors buy pictures of Debbie Harry than of any other female musician in our archive, she has 100% credibility as a great artist.

Prices from £1,800.00
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Bob Dylan (BD001JF)

Bob Dylan

"This image of Bob Dylan and bass player Tony Garnier, snatched at an open air concert in Italy, sums up a beautiful partnership."

Prices from £1,440.00
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Carlos Santana (CS001JF)

Carlos Santana

This concert was shortly after 'Caravanserai', the 4th album by Santana released in Oct 1972. It was a turning point in Santana's career.

Prices from £900.00
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Chic (CH001JF)

Chic

All four members of Chic cannot help but groove to the same beat.

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Clash, The (CL001JF)

The Clash

'White riot, I wanna riot, white riot, a riot of my own!' There was a riot at this gig when the audience smashed up a load of seats.

Prices from £2,100.00
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Duke Ellington (DE001JF)

Duke Ellington

Duke Ellington performing at the Rainbow Theatre, London in 1973

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Elvis Costello (EL001JF)

Elvis Costello

Elvis Costello backstage at the Royal Albert Hall, London in 1999 for a benefit concert to commemorate the life and work of Linda McCartney

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Eric Clapton (EC001JF)

Eric Clapton

Eric Clapton performing at the Rainbow Theatre, London in January 1973

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Faces, The ( FA001JF)

The Faces

Rod Stewart from The Faces performing at the Sundown Ballroom, London in June 1973

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James Brown (BR001JF)

James Bown

James Brown in May 1985 captured during documentary filming in London, prior to performing at Hammersmith Odeon

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Jeff Buckley (JB001JF)

Jeff Buckley

Jeff Buckley performing onstage at Bunjees Club, London in March 1994

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Madness (MA001JF)

Madness

This shoot of Madness in New York City was for Issue No.1 of a new magazine that developed cult status, The Face.

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Miles Davis (MD001JF)

Miles Davis

Miles Davis onstage at the Rainbow Theatre, London in July 1973 - “Do not fear mistakes. There are none.” Miles Davis

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Oasis (OA004JF)

Oasis

Oasis were supporting U2 in America. I think this is one of the best live images I've ever taken.

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Oasis (OA005JF)

Oasis

Terrible vibes between Noel and Liam produced a wonderful set of pictures.

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Pink Floyd (PF004JF)

Pink Floyd

At this point I was still a first year college student with no more than two weeks education. It is a very rare band shot from that period.

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Pink Floyd (PF002JF)

Pink Floyd

David Gilmour’s superb guitar solo during ’Comfortably Numb’.

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Queen (QN001JF)

Queen

Freddie live at the Rainbow Theatre in March 1974 wearing a Zandra Rhodes creation.

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Ramones, The (RA001JF)

The Ramones

This was my first punk image taken at the Roundhouse from above and behind the band.

Prices from £1,440.00
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Rolling Stones, The (RS001JF)

The Rolling Stones

Charlie Wats, drummer with The Rolling Stones, captured in his room in the Halcyon Hotel, London in March 1991

Prices from £9,000.00
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Rolling Stones, The (RS002JF)

The Rolling Stones

Mick Jagger making a guest appearance with Billy Preston at the Rainbow Theatre. He wore blue eye-shadow and a white suit

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Sex Pistols (SP001JF)

Sex Pistols

I was brave enough to snatch this image of him and Nancy in the dressing room after a Ramones gig that took place on New Years Eve

Prices from £1,800.00
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Sinead O'Connor (SO003JF)

Sinead O'Connor

Taken in her house just off Westbourne Grove in London. This photograph won a Kodak European Gold Award in 1994.

Prices from £1,440.00
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Who, The (WH001JF)

The Who

This picture of Roger Daltrey became my first cover image for Melody Maker. I was 19 at the time and still a student so I was thrilled.

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B.B. King (BB001JF)

B.B. King

B.B. King headlines the venue at the Rainbow Theatre in 1973 with support acts from Lou Reed, Golden Earring & The Persuasions.

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Oasis (OA002JF)

Oasis

Liam downs a pint while Noel watches and waits. That sums up their working relationship!

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Police, The (PO001JF)

The Police

'We look so young and innocent' The Police supporting Cherry Vanilla at the Marquee Club, London in 1977

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Featured Prints

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Madonna

Backstage at the video shoot for the hit single 'You'll See' shot in Spain, October 1995

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Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan recording the album, 'Bringing It All Back Home' in Columbia Recording Studio A, New York City.

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Joy Division

Ian Curtis of Joy Division performing at the Paradiso, Amsterdam in January 1980 wearing his famous 'The Sound and the Fury' t-shirt.

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The Who

This picture of Roger Daltrey became my first cover image for Melody Maker. I was 19 at the time and still a student so I was thrilled.

Prices from £1,440.00
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David Bowie

David Bowie on the video shoot for 'Loving the Alien' at Meantime Studios, London in March 1985

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The Beatles

Iconic photo of John Lennon with a flower in his eye, fondly known as 'Adoration'.

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The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones are an English rock band who were in the vanguard of the British music Invasion that became popular in the US in 1964–65.

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Chuck Berry

So sad to hear of the passing of Chuck Berry, rock 'n' roll legend who influenced generations of great musicians

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Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen (Nicknamed "The Boss") is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and humanitarian.

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Jeff Buckley

Jeff Buckley was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. Rolling Stone considers him one of the greatest singers of all time.

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The Smiths

Critics have called The Smiths the most important alternative rock band to emerge from the British independent music scene of the 1980s.

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John Coltrane

John Coltrane is one of the most dominant influences on post-1960 jazz saxophonists and has inspired an entire generation of jazz musicians.

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