Wednesday, 6 July 2011


The night of BOB CARLOS CLARKE the lengendary photographer whose never before seen pictures was exhibited in 202 Westbourne Groove. The same photos by Bob Carlos Clarke had been used to create a limited edition T-shirt produced by the premium organic clothing company.

The evening was a collaboration between Tamara Beckwith, Lindsey Carlos Clarke and Ghislain Pascal of The Little Black Gallery, and Bryan Jandrell of Collective, who produced the T-shirts.

It is the first time that the images by Bob Carlos Clarke have been licensed for T-shirt that would be stocked in Harvry Nichols, 202 on Westbourne Groove,The library, Autograph.

Amber Lonergan PR for Clear Angency and me
Now to talk about the launch, I have to say it was a very successful one. Times like this I just want go around and talk everyone but before I did that, I had to hit the bar and own myself a glass of champagne. Well it has to be said the champagne was the best of best. Very crisp and dry.

It was good to admire the mounted photograph on all the shop floor along with the T-shirts. 

Bob Carlos Clarke art work was displayed on the walls of 202. They are strong images of art. Dominitrix springs to mind when look at the photos. A bit of nudity, latex and dark makeup. The photograph is a just a fine piece of work. Bob is a legend as it has to be said.

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