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Day’s daring and provocative images burst into collective consciousness through the pages of The Face magazine in the early 1990s. She was one of the first photographers to capture Kate Moss and is often credited as the founder of the Heroin Chic phaze. The images Day produced caused an international sensation, launched the careers of numerous models and identified Day as a photographer of unique talent.

Corinne died last August and on the anniversary of her death the exhibition “Corinne Day The Face”has been put together to celebrate her incredible work, and to give you the chance to view these iconic images as well as previously unseen personal images.

Running for just one month this is one show you shouldn’t miss.

1st September 2011 – 1st October 2011
Gimpel Fils, 30 Davies Street W1K