Recently Discovered work from 1950s/60s "I have always been fond of stories, listening to them, telling them performing them, singing them. One way or another my life has been that of an observer and story teller”
Lucy Bell Fine Art presents an exhibition of recent works by Kirsten Reynolds that includes photographic light drawings made in New Zealand, Greece and Norway as well as paintings from the on-going series The Illusion of Democracy.
David Bowie : Silhouettes and Shadows. Lucy Bell Gallery is pleased to present David Bowie -Silhouettes and Shadows a visual celebration of the life and career of David Bowie as remembered by the photographers who knew and worked with him.
Photographer Lee Miller (1907-1977) started out as a fashion model in 1920’s New York. By the end of that decade she had apprenticed herself to the surrealist artist and photographer Man Ray, in Paris.
Brian Duffy/ Colin Jones/ Gered Manknowitz/ Sheila Rock/ Pattie Boyd/ Kevin Cummins/ Eric Swayne
David King’s photographs of Muhammad Ali, were taken at his training camp in the Pennsylvania Mountains in 1974 when the “Greatest Of All Time” was preparing for his legendary world heavyweight title fight against George Foreman
Bruce Rae’s Flora as David Lillington writing in the October 1990 edition of “Arts Review” observes are “certainly they are not about gardening.”
Lucy Bell Gallery presents Colin Jones – The Who 1966. These rare images show The Who in their early days and form a unique and, intimate document of The Who at the very beginning of their careers.
Lucy Bell is proud to present the first joint exhibition of John Thornton and Hiroko Enseki...
John Thornton / Hiroko Enseki
Lucy Bell Fine Art is pleased to present, Mirrored, the first solo exhibition in the region by collaborative duo Maslen & Mehra who moved to St Leonards-On-Sea in early 2013, timed to coincide with the new Hastings Photo Festival which launches this year.
Maslen & Mehra
Featuring images from 40 years of Iconic Rock portraits by one of the world renowned masters of the genre, Lucy Bell is delighted to present Kevin Cummins’ exhibition “Disclosure”.
US born Jeffrey Louis-Reed is a prolific artist, swimmer, composer / musician / DJ, and writer who [in turn] writes national columns, composes film soundtracks and DJ’s at some of the best clubs, festivals and events around the world.
At 65, Gilbert Garcin retired from his lamp-making business in Marseille and began photography. By his 80’s he had published five books, his work has been shown in dozens of exhibitions in France and abroad and his photographs are in prestigious private...
Timed to coincide with the National Portrait Gallery Exhibition “Portrait of an Icon” curated by Terence Pepper, and Helen Trompeteler, Lucy Bell Gallery is delighted to present these previously unseen images of Audrey Hepburn...
George Douglas / Angela Williams
Renowned magnum photographer Ian Berry’s black and white photographs from his project ‘The English’ (1974-1975) opens at Lucy Bell gallery in St Leonards.
Bruce Rae, has exhibited widely including at Side Gallery, Michael Hoppen Gallery, Peter Fetterman Gallery, and his work is held in important collections such as The National Portrait Gallery, Bibliotechque Nationale, Texaco Collection of British Art, Arden...
Timed to coincide with the opening of the newly built pier in Hastings, Lucy Bell Gallery is Proud to present Phoenix an exhibition of paintings by renowned artist Danny Pockets.
Lucy Bell Gallery is proud to present a major exhibition of the work of British music Photographer Michael Putland. Known as one of the UK’s finest music photographers whose career spans 50 years.
It was the early 60’s when John Bulmer set out to document the bleak industrial centres of the North of England. His work captured the north it in all its variety and beauty, and demonstrates the true qualities of photojournalism of the period.