'I’m not saying I’m a sculptor, I just make images. I don’t take photographs, I make them. And now I’m making something else.' This is the typically straightforward explanation from world renowned photographer David Bailey for his latest foray into creativity - sculpture.
Cast from bronze and silver, the series of sculptures that Bailey has created are a visually dark affair, centred largely around skulls and primitive imagery, and will be exhibited alongside an accompanying series of new photographs.
The exhibition is showing at London's Pangolin gallery from 8th September to 16th October. For further details and a full preview of the exhibits, visit the Pangolin website.