Photography Exhibition – Let’s Celebrate Music

Photography Exhibition – Let’s Celebrate Music

If you have not yet taken the opportunity to visit the Getty Images Gallery at Westfield Stratford City, then we strongly suggest that you do so before the 28th of July, to catch an exclusive view of some of the most iconic music photography ever captured. Featuring images from the 1950’s to the present, Let’s Celebrate Music is a must-see for photographers and music fans alike.

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From the passion and excitement of Beatlemania to the cool, sexy style of the Rolling Stones, the images found within the Let’s Celebrate Music exhibition give a fascinating insight into the transformation of music from around the time of Elvis onwards, with the creation of important new genres such as Rock n’Roll, Soul, Punk and R+B. The exhibition contains images from some of the very best photographers and photojournalists around, capturing live on-stage action and publicity shoots as well as candid behind the scenes shoots and snapshots.

Music and photography have always gone hand in hand and never has that been demonstrated better than in this exclusive London based exhibition. Witness the rise of the superstar, with the likes of Mick Jagger proving to be effortlessly cool in front of the camera, and the development of music as we know it as acts transform their image and begin to challenge accepted rules of music, fashion and style.

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If you are yet to visit the Nikon sponsored Getty Images Gallery, it occupies a prime location on the main thoroughfare of the Westfield Stratford City centre, just a 30-second walk from the entrance to the Olymipic Park, and features stunning floor-to-ceiling windows which display Getty Images’ world-renowned visual content.

The gallery showcases exhibitions on a regular basis, celebrating their wealth of material spanning sports, creative, entertainment and reportage. The Let’s Celebrate Music exhibition will be on display until the 28th of July, so there is still plenty of time to stop by and see this small but timeless collection of images of superstars past and present.

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