When photographer Duffy died in May 2010, he was widely acclaimed as the driving force behind the young London streetwise photographers who helped define the visual style of the Swinging Sixties.
Along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, the three young photographers were dubbed ‘The Terrible Trio’ and ‘The Black Trinity’, and became more famous than the people they photographed.
Duffy’s most famous work is arguably the five shoots he did with David Bowie, which included the Aladdin Sane album cover shot in 1973. Duffy is also one of the few photographers to have shot three Pirelli calendars (in 1965 and twice in 1973).
Medium:Archival Pigment Ink
Size:18” x 12” (from a signed edition of 12)
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(an original unpublished image)
Size:24” x 24” (from an edition of 25)
Size:24” x 24” (from a signed edition of 50)
Size:24 Inches x 24 Inches
Size:24” x 24” (from an unsigned edition of 50)
Classic Black & White Remastered Negative
Medium:HD Video, 01:04
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Edition of 2000