Last shown on 17 April 2023
As a world-renowned Rock and Roll photographer, Danny Clifford has spent his illustrious career as a 'fly on the wall' to the most iconic musical artists of the last 40 years. From his big break, aged 20, as Bob Dylan's official photographer in the late 1970s, through his close working relationships with Queen, The Who, The Rolling Stones and Amy Winehouse (to name but a handful) the stories he has amassed over the years are just as vivid, colourful and dramatic as his photographs.
Of the countless shots taken on and offstage, behind the scenes and during historic performances, his talk, "Rock Stars Don't Smile", allows us a fractional glimpse into Danny Clifford's archive and the stories behind the photographs. Danny's images are held in the highest esteem by artists and appreciators alike; they are rarely exhibited and highly collectible.