The men and women captured by fashion and portrait photographer Vincent Peters often have two things in common. They are famous for reasons which make them familiar faces to most of us. And they act as a canvas on which we, as viewers, paint a picture which says more about us and modern times than it does about them. The exhibition Light Within, which opens on 24 May, showcases some 40 set pieces of shadow and light shaped by Peters. He greets the world with an open heart and an equally open mind. You can almost physically feel the emotional contact […]
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