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  • Kerry Clinton

    Mick Jagger, 1996 Anton Corbijn...great picture,What a face!

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    Mick Jagger. Photograph by Anton Corbijn, Glasgow, 1996. Anton Corbijn (b. 1955) Dutch photographer, videographer and film director is perhaps best known for his seminal work with rock bands, having created music videos, album covers and sleeve photography for hundreds of artists including, amongst others, Joy Division, Depeche Mode, U2, Nirvana, and The Rolling Stones. His photographs, usually black-and-white, often resemble stills from motion pictures. In 2010, Corbijn’s portraits of people from the worlds of music, art, and fashion were assembled in an exhibition and a book entitled Inwards and Outwards. Corbijn now lives in The Hague, but resided in London for 30 years.

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