For the June 2013 issue ¬†of British Vogue Henry Bourne photographed Alannah Weston – ¬†the creative director of Selfridges along with a giant Selfridges bag installation
at Tuesday, 21 May 2013 Posted by Editor
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The New Season – Earl Spencer photographed at Althorp by Henry Bourne for the June 2013 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK
‚ÄėFor Summer is Acome Unto Day‚Äô
Jonathan Baldock and Henry Bourne
Curated by Simon Costin
4.05.13 ‚Äď 31.05.13
The exhibition marks the beginning of spring in the Belmacz art calendar.¬†Curated by Simon Costin,works by artist Jonathan Baldock are juxtaposed with artefacts from the Museum of British Folklore’s collection and photographs from Henry Bourne’s British folklore portraits project.
Joining contemporary art with historical pieces, Simon Costin explores the traditions and customs of folklore, which are used to mark seasonal changes in the United Kingdom. Steeped in folklore and tradition, the exhibition makes for an enlightening insight into the act of celebration and ritual throughout the ages.
Belmacz Ltd ‚Ė† 45 Davies Street ‚óŹ London W1K 4LX ‚Ėī England
Tel: +44 (0)20 7629 7863 ‚Ėī Fax: +44 (0)20 7318 1575 ‚Ė† Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ‚óŹ www.belmacz.com
at Friday, 12 April 2013 Posted by Editor
Tags: british folklore, exhibition
For the May issue of British Vogue Henry Bourne photographs the artist Tarka Kings
at Wednesday, 10 April 2013 Posted by Editor
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The National Portrait Gallery London have acquired Henry Bourne‚Äôs portrait of Sir Ken Adam, the legendary film production designer of the Bond movies and Dr. Strangelove, for the gallery‚Äôs permanent collection of photographs.
at Friday, 22 March 2013 Posted by Editor
From my archive:
In 1994 I travelled to Northern Ireland on a photographic assignment. I spent most of my time taking pictures in Belfast, around the ‚ÄúPeace Line‚ÄĚ that separated East and West Belfast before the ceasefire in Northern Ireland. I then travelled around the North of Ireland countryside. Here are some unpublished images from my time there.
at Monday, 18 March 2013 Posted by Editor
Tags: Belfast, Northern Ireland, The Peace Line
Henry Bourne‚Äôs portrait of Emeli Sand√© used for her promotional single cover of ‚Äúnext to me‚ÄĚ.
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For the launch of London Fashion Week, Henry Bourne was commissioned by the British Fashion Council to photograph¬†Natalie Massenet (centre), the British Fashion Council’s new chairwoman. She’s joined by ¬†designers, from left to right, Christopher Kane, Christopher Bailey, Anya Hinmarch,¬†Jonathan Saunders and Sir Paul Smith, with the ¬†British Fashion Council’s chief executive Caroline Rush.
at Tuesday, 19 February 2013 Posted by Editor
Tags: Anya Hinmarch, British Fashion Council, Christopher Bailey, Christopher Kane, Jonathan Saunders, London Fashion Week 2013, Natalie Massenet, Sir Paul Smith
For the February 2013 issue of British Harper’s Bazaar, Henry Bourne photographed the Working Title team at the film-production company’s London office.
With a string of international hits over three decades, including Four Weddings, Notting Hill and Elizabeth, the British production company Working Title has restored the fortunes of the British Film industry ¬†with producers Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner at the helm.
The Working Title Team
Tim Bevan & Eric Fellner
at Saturday, 5 January 2013 Posted by Editor
Tags: Eric Fellner, Harper's Bazaar, Tim Bevan, Working Title
13 October 2012 – 6 January 2013 (admission free)
Photographs from Henry Bourne‚Äôs¬† British Folklore Portrait project will be a part of a new exhibition of photographs at the Towner gallery, Eastbourne – the contemporary art museum for South East England.
“Since 1897, when Sir Benjamin Stone established the National Photographic Record Association (NPRA), photographers have had a fascination with the rites and rituals of Britain.
This exhibition explores the complimentary relationship between photography and folklore practice ‚Äď featuring contributions from Henry Bourne,¬†Faye Claridge, Tom Chick,¬†Matthew Cowan, David Ellison, Sara Hannant,¬†Brian Shuel,¬†The Benjamin Stone Collection, Doc Rowe and Homer Sykes.
There are 720 recorded events, rites and customs practiced in the UK each year, and folklore is reflected in every element of our community, life and values. Folklore is a vibrant element of ‚ÄėBritishness‚Äô and a living cultural heritage that links the past to the present, helping us to understand our communities and cultures as well as our shared humanity.
Collective Observations will consider the enduring appeal of vernacular traditions
as rich subject matter for image makers, and explore how photographers have
consistently turned their lenses toward the spectacle of these archaic customs ‚Äď
whether by documenting events (like Homer Sykes and Sara Hannant), making
portraits (Henry Bourne, David Ellison) or taking a more conceptual approach
(Matthew Cowan, Tom Chick).
Curated by the¬†Museum of British Folklore¬†in conjunction with Towner”
copyright: Towner gallery
at Friday, 21 September 2012 Posted by Editor
Tags: exhibition, folklore, henry bourne, Towner gallery
Elizabeth McGovern photographed for the Sunday Telegraph fashion magazine September issue
at Tuesday, 11 September 2012 Posted by Editor
For the October issue of British Elle Henry Bourne photographed the actress Sheridan Smith
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Henry Bourne photographed billionaire John Fredrikson, one of the fifty most influential power brokers¬†for Bloomberg.
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The legendary movie production designer Sir Ken Adam, who designed sets for Dr Stangelove and Goldfinger photographed by Henry Bourne
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For the October issue of Wallpaper* magazine Henry Bourne photographed¬†artist studio spaces
at Saturday, 2 June 2012 Posted by Editor