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Dandy in the Underworld: An Exhibit of Adam Ant's Portraits

After almost 4 decades, Adam Ant's vast collection of portraits can now be viewed. Read on for more details...

Adam Ant was the lead singer of an English new wave band, Adam and the Ants who later became a solo guitarist. Throughout his career, he was photographed by a number of rock scene photographers such as Chris Duffy, Gerard McNamara, Jill Furmanovsky, Denis O’Regan, Chris Cuffaro, Hannah Domagala, Robert Matheu, David Corio, and Janette Beckman.

In the exhibition, Adam Ant: Dandy in the Underworld, his iconic portraits by the aforementioned photographers are presented — each highlighting his exceptional career in music. In addition, Adam Ant will be performing an exclusive live gig to follow the show’s private viewing. The great thing is that 100% of the profits will go to a charity on behalf of persons affected with Epidermolysis Bullosa.

Adam Ant: Dandy in the Underworld
Proud Camden Gallery
7th of March — 29th of April 2012
18:00 onwards

Images and imformation in this article were taken from Adam Ant and Proud Online.

written by emulsional


  1. zoezo


    I saw Adam Ant end of last year... He was very good, just... It felt like I was watching someones dad perform on stage. I think he must have been awesome back in the day!

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  2. superlighter


    I saw Adam & the Ants in 1982! a powerful band and he was really charismatic and sexy and a great voice!

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