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Camera men: the photography of the Douglas Brothers - Clever Boxer
During the ‘90s, Andrew and Stuart Douglas worked together to capture ethereal images of iconic individuals including Brian Ferry, Tilda Swinton, Damon Albarn and Tim Roth. Meanwhile John Le Carre took them to a hotel bar and pointed out who all the spies were; Marco Pierre White chased them out of his restaurant with a meat cleaver; and Salman Rushdie went AWOL after he took the phone call – during his photo shoot – informing him of the fatwa on his head. As their work goes on show at the National Portrait Gallery, they’ll be discussing how they worked together, survived bust-ups, and barely rescued their archive from a London warehouse demolition.
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