Bruce Weber & David Bailey Collaborate for Harlem Exhibit

Apr 22, 2014

Legendary photographers, Bruce Weber and David Bailey were brought together by Nokia for a one-of-a-kind exhibition currently showing in London until September 21st. For this exhibit, the American, Bruce Weber (noted for his stellar work Vanity Fair, Calvin Klein, Abercrombie and Fitch) and the Brit, David Bailey (revered for his seminal photography of The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Kate Moss) visited the vibrant neighborhood of Harlem, NYC and captured tons of incredible images using a Nokia Lumia 1020 camera phone. This was the first time the two giants of photography have collaborated on a project, and the pictures they shot are being shown exclusively at the Nicholls & Clarke building in the heart of Shoreditch, London.

For more information on the Nokia Bailey/Weber project, click here.

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