Uncut Rock Photographer Shows Off At Proud

Nina Simone to Public Enemy portrayed by Steve Double

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Regular Uncut lensman, Steve Double is to host a collection of a decade’s rock photo work at London’s Proud Gallery, from next Thursday (February 15).

He is one of two music photographers to show his work at the first “Interim Sessions: Proud’s Favourite Photographer’s Showcased”.

Double has photographed artists as diverse as Nina Simone (pictured above), Nirvana, Radiohead and Eminem.

The other photographer who has the Proud stamp of approval is Dixie Dean who captured the Rolling Stones during their Sticky Fingers tour in the early 70s. His beautiful collection of images have mostly been unseen until now.

The Interim Sessions starting next week will be the first in a long-term series, where Proud will help hang, edite and curate iconic images for installation by prolific snappers.

The first exhibition with Double and Dean each hosting their own floors of the Camden space will run from February 16 – March 23.

Admission to Proud is always free.

For more details about the Interim Sessions, or future planned exhibitions, click here to go Proud’s website

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