Artist(s): Lewis Morley
Author(s): Judy Annear
Year published: 2006
Publisher: Thames & Hudson / Art Gallery of New South Wales
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 128
Illustrations: Illustrated throughout
One of the sixties most significant chroniclers, Lewis Morley is most known for his portraits of the celebrities and rising stars from this restless and radical period, such as his iconic image of Christine Keeler seated naked on a fake Arne Jacobsen chair. In a photographic career spanning some 50 years Morley’s work has made important contributions to the genres of portraiture, theatre, reportage and fashion photography.