Running until the 6th December is ‘Resontaors,’ an exhibition of guitar hero photos by Scarlet Page, daughter of rock legend Jimmy Page from Led Zeppelin.
Featuring never-before-seen photographs, the exhibition was launched in conjunction with Page’s limited-edition book of the same name, and features large portraits of some of rock’s greats.
The exhibition takes place in Proud Camden, a walk up from the road along an old cobbled path to a converted stable block.
Tracing the world’s most respected guitarists from 60s Merseybeat through to Rock ‘n’ roll, heavy metal and Britpop to today’s musicians, axe-wielders featured include Jeff Beck, Albert Lee, Brian May, Hank Marvin, Mark Knopfler, Wilko Johnson, Jack White, Joe Walsh, Nile Rodgers, Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, Slash of Guns N’ Roses and Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols and Paul McCartney.
Taken over the past two years, Scarlet says that the portraits capture “a sense of intimacy due to the trust bestowed on me.”
Mr Page was in attendance at the launch party.
There was live music at the launch.
Read more here: Proud Camden.
Proud Camden is at The Horse Hospital, The Stables Market, Camden Market, Chalk Farm Rd, London NW1 8AH