Celebrating female sexuality with an overt display of the body, some of the most provocative images by the world's most renowned photographers will go on display at a new London exhibition titled Girls! Girls! Girls! Visitors can expect surreal sepia nudes of the female form by Alan Aldridge, Kate Moss in a seductive series of photo-booth-esque photos, and Alistair Taylor-Young's ethereal and dreamy vision. Elements of fetish can also be viewed at the show with work from Bob Carlos Clarke, the late prolific image-maker who was hailed as “Britain’s answer to Helmut Newton”.
The lineup of photographers whose work will be featured is rather impressive; including photographers such as Corinne Day, Bruno Bisang, Mike Figgis and Patrick Lichfield – all names with great cultural relevance. After all, famed photographer Roxanne Lowit was one of the first to venture behind the scenes of fashion week, creating a cultural change in the industry by fixating the fashion gaze to the exclusivity of the backstage area. Including one of the founders of the Pier 54 studio, Marco Glavioni is a featured photographer who has created one of the most important studios for photography in New York.
Girls! Girls! Girls! Vol 3 is at The Little Black Gallery, 13A Park Walk, Chelsea, London SW10 0AJ from 20 October – 3 December www.thelittleblackgallery.com