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Saturday, 21 October 2017
Pink Floyd 'Shine On' at Lucy Bell Gallery

With The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains now finished in London, and being deconstructed ready for relocation to another location hopefully announced shortly, those in the south-east of England have an alternative to get their Floyd fix. has collaborated with the Lucy Bell Gallery in St Leonards on Sea to create 'Shine On', an exhibition which showcases some 37 rare and iconic photographs from Pink Floyd's remarkable career taken by some of the world's greatest music photographers, including Andrew Whittuck, Jill Furmanovsky, Colin Prime, Tony Collins, Mick Rock and Storm Thorgerson.

From band's earliest photo shoots in Ruskin Park and Hampstead, to the recording studio at Abbey Road and on the road during the Dark Side of The Moon Tour, the 'Shine On' exhibition includes these and other classic images that capture the band's energy and unique, eclectic style both on and off stage. The exhibition also features alternative album artwork and other prints by the late, great graphic artist Storm Thorgerson, whose designs are considered an inseparable part of their work.

The exhibition at this fairly small but very enthusiastic gallery runs until November 4th, and entrance is free. The gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-4pm, or by appointment. For more details, including directions, visit

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