Blondie, Debbie Harry, ‘Posing With Leather Jacket, No.I’Regular price £660.00
© Brian Aris
London, U.K. 1977
Edition of 25 | Paper size 20h x 16w inches | Archival Giclée C-type print hand signed by the photographer
Edition of 25 | Paper size 24h x 20w inches | Lambda C-type print hand signed by the photographer
Edition of 25 | Paper size 30h x 30w inches | Lambda C-type print hand signed by the photographer
Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity
‘Something's that written out is okay, but it's not always a clear indication of what a person means.’ Debbie Harry
When Debbie Harry first arrived in London in 1977 she was sent to the then up and coming photographer Brian Aris' Old Street Studio. It was the start of an enduring creative partnership that has created some of the most iconic images of the blonde 'punk princess' we've ever seen. It was also the start of a friendship that resulted in Aris photographing Debbie Harry for the next three decades - capturing not just the performer and the icon, but the woman behind the image. Harpers Bazaar
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