Featuring iconic images of Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, The Clash, Oasis, Depeche Mode, Miles Davis, Bob Marley, Amy Winehouse and more, a 50-year retrospective of the work MOJO photographer Jill Furmanovsky is currently taking place at Manchester Central Library.
Guest curated by Noel Gallagher, Photographing The Invisible runs at Manchester Central Library until 24 July and features audio captions recorded by Gallagher and Chrissie Hynde.
Furmanovsky will also be in conversation with MOJO’s Jon Savage on 9th May and former head of music at the BBC Mark Cooper on 11th about her five-decade long career in music.
Furmanovsky began her career in music photography as the in-house photographer for The Rainbow in Finsbury Park before moving over to the music press in the early 70s, shooting artists for Melody Maker, Sounds, NME, Smash Hits and later The Face including Stevie Wonder, The Jam, Bob Dylan, Madness, Jeff Buckley, The Cure, Chic and Oasis, who Furmanovsky has included a selection of never-before-seen pictures in the exhibition.
Below is a small selection of some of the photography included...
“We Had To Find A Way Of Becoming Friends…” Depeche Mode Interviewed!
More information about Photographing The Invisible HERE.
For prints of Jill Furmanovsky work visit www.rockarchive.com
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