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The Sunday Times Magazine is taking its successful 50th anniversary
exhibition to galleries across the UK. The exhibition includes work from some of the biggest names in the photography world. There are to be three special free exhibitions at galleries in Bristol, Manchester and
The regional tour follows a hugely successful run at The Saatchi
Galleryin London during February and March, which attracted around
200,000 visitors and was extended twice owing to popular demand. The exhibition opened at Paintworks, Bristol on Saturday 24 March, travels to Cube, Manchester to open there on Wednesday 11 April and to Waterhall, Birmingham on Tuesday 22 May.
It showcases images from some of the world finest photographers, who have worked for the Magazine over the years. Photographers featured include Don McCullin, David Bailey, Eve Arnold, Snowdon, Richard Avedon, Eugene Richards, Sam Taylor-Wood, Terry O'Neill, Chris Floyd and Stuart Franklin.
The exhibition will also highlight the contribution made to the Magazine by renowned writers such as Ian Fleming, Martin Amis, Bruce Chatwin, Jilly Cooper, Zoe Heller, James Fox and Nicholas Tomalin.
Read what Cassone’s editor, Sue Ward, had to say about the London show.