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Andy Earl

(1955-), Photographer and film-maker

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist of 4 portraits
From 1974 to 1977 Earl studied Art at Trent Polytechnic; he won a photography scholarship to study in Baltimore, where he was influenced by American colour photography. In 1978 Earl was offered a show at the Photographer's Gallery in London and the following year represented Britain in the Venice Biennale. Malcolm McLaren commissioned Earl to do a cover for a Bow Wow Wow album. A hugely successful career within the international music business followed, including over twenty music videos.

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Janet Kay (née Janet Kay Bogle), by Andy Earl - NPG x128770

Janet Kay (née Janet Kay Bogle)

by Andy Earl
C-type colour print, mid 1990s
NPG x128770

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