From the 2nd of November until the 17th of December the Duffy Archive will be contributing images to the "Christine Keeler - My life in pictures" exhibit at the Mayor Gallery London.
Time Out says
An exhibition of photographs, many of which haven't been shown before, revealing the public and private face of Christine Keeler, the former model and showgirl whose simultaneous affairs with the British War Minister, John Profumo, and naval attaché to the Russian Embassy in London, Eugene Ivanov, created a threat to national security that brought down Macmillan's Tory government in 1963. Included are contact sheets from photographic shoots with David Bailey and Brian Duffy, collages by artists Bob Stanley and Jean-Jacques Lebel, as well as letters between Keeler and her parents, written while she was serving a nine-month sentence in Holloway prison.
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