A new music photography gallery is now open in Carnaby, featuring unseen images of Kate Bush, The Clash and The Selecter.
To mark the 40th anniversary of iconic and legendary music photographer Gerard McNamara's contribution to the industry, 'The Unclosed Eye' exhibition opened on 12 April at 3 Newburgh Street.
The free-entry exhibition will be hosted on behalf of The Museum of Soho and showcase rarely-seen and unseen images from McNamara's archives as well as his first ever published photograph of Kate Bush at her Tour of Life concert in 1979. Visitors can also expect to see images of Adam & The Ants, The Specials, Gary Numan, U2 and The Pretenders.
The Unclosed Eye will be celebrating Record Store Day on the 13 April with live performances from jazz singer Florence Joelle, songwriter Emily Capell and reggae favourite King Hammond. Performances start at 3pm.
The Unclosed Eye Exhibition:
Friday 12 - Sunday 21 April
11am - 7pm
3 Newburgh Street