Queen: The Unseen Archive




Proud Central presents an intimate photographic portrait of legendary rock band Queen – launched to coincide with the anniversary of the band’s last ever concert and showcasing both iconic and unseen images. Selected from photographer Peter Hince’s extensive archive, this exhibition reveals the hugely influential band from the unique perspective of someone who spanned two decades as Head of Queen’s Road Crew during their illustrious career. With full time access to all areas of Queen’s life both on stage and off, Hince’s work exposes the band’s personal face as well as its public façade in a candid, often reportage manner, resulting in a unique photographic profile.

 

Duration 30 July 2009 - 20 September 2009
Times Monday to Saturday 11am - 7pm Sunday 11am - 6pm
Cost Free Admission
Venue Proud (Strand)
Address 32 John Adam Street London WC2N 6BP, ,
Contact 0207 839 4942 / info@proudgalleries.co.uk / www.proud.co.uk

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