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Printed on exhibition quality FujiFlex Supergloss photographic paper
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This photograph is part of the National Portrait Gallery permanent collection
Billy MacKenzie and Alan Rankine, sit nonchalantly amongst a riot of richly lit plants in an out-of-season summer house on park benches covered in dust-sheets. The image is striking for the contradiction between the almost bored, distracted attitudes of Billy and Alan and the clash of energised shadows and colours painting the set. The location is south of London, though the exact whereabouts are unknown. The photograph was taken on the 11th February 1982.
Date: 11th February 1982
Location: South London
Film: EPR.120 colour transparency film
Camera: Hasselblad 500CM body w 60mm lens
This digitised version from a scan of the original colour transparency, was created on the 17th February 2015, for the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery.