Through May 3rd, 2014, the Daniel Blau gallery in Munich is exhibiting a series of Polaroids shot by photographer David Bailey in the 1970s. This exhibition, the first of three this season to explore the Englishman’s work, includes his famous images of Papua New Guinea and those shot on the set of Franklin Schaffner’s Planet of the Apes, as well as several portraits taken over the years.
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