Blondie, Debbie Harry, ‘London Old Street Studio, Contact Sheet, No.II’ © Brian Aris at Proud Galleries

Blondie, Debbie Harry, ‘London Old Street Studio, Contact Sheet, No.II’

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© Brian Aris
London, U.K. 1977

Lambda C-type print hand signed by the photographer
Paper size 18h x 48w inches

Artist Proof
Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity

‘I do know the effect that music still has on me - I'm completely vulnerable to it. I'm seduced by it.’ Debbie Harry

Nobody could have been more surprised than I was when Debbie finally walked into my studio for that initial shoot. No band, no heavy American management presence – just a quietly-spoken, polite and extremely beautiful girl with a natural but devastatingly sexy look. She floored everybody there. The session went out to press as Debbie Harry, the Punk Princess from the New York group Blondie. Brian Aris

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