Norman Parkinson Archive

After Parkinson

24 September to 2 October 2016, The Union Club, 50 Greek Street, London W1D 4EQ

After Parkinson

Kathy Dalwood's "The Photographer" and "The Photographer's Assistant" alongside Parkinson's "Le Groux Soeurs Hat" and "Jerry Hall, Jamaica" that inspired the plaster busts. Photo credit Amit Lennon

Contemporary art and design gallery, Cavaliero Finn and The Norman Parkinson Archive are thrilled to announce an exciting collaborative exhibition with The Union Club, in Soho, London.


"After Parkinson" set to be launched as part of London Design Week, will feature two bodies of three dimensional work from Cavaliero Finn artists Kathy Dalwood and Alice Mara in response to Norman Parkinson’s iconic photographs. The artists scoured through the archive of work – a colossal task bearing in mind that there are 750,000 negatives and over 3,000 original photographs in the archive. The resulting sculptures will be on show against the backdrop of rarely seen images as well as some of Norman Parkinson’s best known photographs from the Archive. This will be open to the public from 11am- 8pm on 24th of September to 2nd of October in the newly converted part of the Union Club.

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