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Bob Carlos Clarke

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The photographs, which were taken in various locations between 1971 and 1998, include portraits of high profile figures such as Marco Pierre White, who Carlos Clarke photographed in his studio following the success of his acclaimed recipe book and autobiography White Heat, a striking portrait of actress Rachel Weisz, shot in Carlos Clarke’s studio in 1993, and Mick Jagger, taken during a Rolling Stones performance at The Marquee in London in 1971.

Carlos Clarke (1950–2006) worked across many photography styles, winning numerous awards for his high-profile advertising campaigns and international recognition for his photojournalism and portraits of celebrities. He is often cited as an influential photographer and he became particularly well known for his controversial portraits, the subjects of which included rock stars and glamorous female models.

The ten photographic prints by Bob Carlos Clarke can be viewed in the National Portrait Gallery’s online digital collection at NPG Collections while plans are made to publicly display the prints in the Gallery in the future.

For more information please visit NPG

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