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Cover Story, The history of the Sunday Times Magazine cover exhibition

Cover Story, The history of the Sunday Times Magazine cover exhibition - Nikon is pleased to sponsor the event, which will be held at Proud Galleries, Camden.

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Cover Story, The history of the Sunday Times Magazine cover exhibition
Press Release:
Since its launch 44 years ago, The Sunday Times Magazine has consistently showcased the cream of international photojournalism and illustration. Selected from over 2,000 editions, Cover Story at Proud Camden will exhibit the covers that shocked, awed and entertained generations of readers.

The Sunday Times Magazine has commissioned many of the most important photojournalists, from Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa and Eve Arnold to Don McCullin, Tom Stoddart and Terry O’Neill, and has repeatedly nurtured young talent, helping to influence the careers of David Bailey, Brian Duffy, Terence Donovan, Alan Parker, David Puttnam and Ridley Scott. These are just some of the names who have contributed to the peerless archive of classic cover images that appear in Cover Story.

The exhibition at Proud features a series of celebrated Sunday Times Magazine covers, and embraces a range of visual styles, from Alan Aldridge’s classic Automania, the 1965 illustration of a Mini Cooper contrasting the lifestyles of boy racer and suburban housewife, to Don McCullin’s 1968 photo essay that revealed, effectively for the first time in the western press, the doubt faced by US troops over the legitimacy of war in Vietnam.

Cover Story, The history of the Sunday Times Magazine cover at Proud Galleries, Camden
Date: 6th September – 1st October 2006
Address: Stables Market, The Gin House, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AH
Times: 10am – 7pm Mon-Thursday; 11am – 6pm Friday-Sunday
Entrance: Free

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