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Shifting Focus – A preview of the works of Duncan Raban

A preview of the works of photographer Duncan Raban in Chelsea’s World’s End

 

On Wednesday 24th February, the 508 Gallery hosted a preview of their exhibition of the works of the renowned photographer Duncan Raban.

 

Amongst guests in attendance to views images of everyone from The Rolling Stones and Tina Turner to double act Rod Hull and Emu were fellow photographer John Stoddart and Colum Francis McGeown, a Catholic who became an Irish Guard and whom subsequently lost his legs in a blast in Afghanistan in 2011.

 

Shifting Focus – Duncan Raban exhibition at 508 Gallery, 508 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 0LD – 22nd March to 15th March 2016
Colum Francis McGeown and Duncan Raban

Shifting Focus – Duncan Raban exhibition at 508 Gallery, 508 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 0LD – 22nd March to 15th March 2016
An image of a legless Robbie Williams was amongst the subjects on display

Shifting Focus – Duncan Raban exhibition at 508 Gallery, 508 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 0LD – 22nd March to 15th March 2016
Katie Knowles, Andrea Brown and Anthony Knowles

Shifting Focus – Duncan Raban exhibition at 508 Gallery, 508 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 0LD – 22nd March to 15th March 2016
Duncan Raban and John Stoddart

 

Shifting Focus runs until 15th March at the 508 Gallery, 508 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 0LD.

 

 

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    1. Thanks for alerting me to this. I met Duncan years ago and lost touch. I’ll go along and seek him out. The picture of Robbie Williams is fabulous.

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