British photographer David Bailey has captured images of some of the most iconic and influential members of popular culture of all-time, with archival images of Mick Jagger, Andy Warhol, Bob Dylan, The Beatles and many others. With his new exhibition “East End” at Compressor House, London Royal Docks that coincides with the Olympics, a selection of photographs Bailey took in London over the last 50 years have been put on display for all to see. Crane.tv caught up with Bailey at the recently curated space to discuss a variety of topics, including why he himself doesn’t like to be photographed.
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