Best of British at Little Black

Kate Moss by Mike Figgis

You'd think we'd have had enough of seeing Kate Moss slink across the camera lens. You would think, but you'd be wrong. Yet another excuse to celebrate the fabulous form of La Moss - and indeed the Queen, if that's your sort of thing - the latest exhibition at The Little Black Gallery is a celebration of all things unflinchingly, proudly and perversely British.

Pulled together in conjunction with the British-est of Brit sport car manufacturers, Morgan Motors (who, incidentally, celebrated 100 years in the business last year) the exhibition is a showcase of work from British photographers past and present, including the likes of Bob Carlos Clarke, Terence Donovan, Brian Duffy, Mike Figgis and Terry O’Neill.

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Ok, so it's a pretty loose premise, but that's not to say that there's not some interesting work on show - in particular the work of Figgis,  a renowned director and writer (he was nominated for four academy awards back in 1996 for his film "Leaving Las Vegas") who last year shot a series of images of Kate Moss for an Agent Provocateur campaign, a selection of which will be on show for the duration of the exhibition.

Best of British will remain in situ at The Little Black Gallery, 13A Park Walk, SW10 0AJ from November 3 - December 18.

www.thelittleblackgallery.com

Words by Teo van den Broeke

LITekjetl Black

Equanimity by Chris Levine

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Kate Moss by Mike Figgis

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