Alistair Taylor-Young in London

Pulled together to coincide with the launch of British-born photographer Alistair Taylor-Young's "The Phone Book", Chelsea's The Little Black Gallery opened his first ever UK solo show this week.

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Best known for his commercial work, produced for clients including Dunhill, Fendi and Armani, the show features a range of personal work, all of which pulls in his fashion experience, and references the dreamlike style of fashion-meets-art greats William Eggleston and Guy Bourdin.

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"The Phone Book", which will also be available at an official signing at The Little Black Gallery from 11.30 - 12.30 this Saturday 22, features a range of shots captured on the artist's mobile phone.

Alistair Taylor-Young's solo exhibition will remain on show until February 12 at The Little Black Gallery, 13A Park Walk, London, SW10 0AJ  thelittleblackgallery.com

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