Photo: © Robert Matheu
A new photographic exhibition – Adam Ant: Dandy in the Underworld is to take place between 7 March – 29 April at Proud Camden in London. The collection of portraits span the singer’s extraordinary career.
The collection, co-curated by Adam Ant, brings together shots from Chris Duffy, Gerard McNamara, Jill Furmanovsky, Denis O’Regan, Chris Cuffaro, Hannah Domagala, Robert Matheu, David Corio and Janette Beckman – photographers who worked with Adam Ant at different stages of his musical development, up to the present day. In full swashbuckling attire during the New Wave/Post Punk haze of the 1980s or in quiet, song-writing reflection; each photographer’s unique portraiture adds to the rich narrative of this exhibition.
To launch this exclusive photographic collection, Adam Ant himself will be taking to Proud Camden’s main gallery stage for a live performance to follow the exhibition’s VIP private view. 100% of proceeds from the event will be donated to Adam Ant’s chosen charity DEBRA, a national charity working on behalf of individuals and families affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). You can buy tickets here.