The Terence Pepper Collection has been compiled by leading photographic historian and curator Terence Pepper over the past 40 years. It contains over 2,000 photographs and prints including many by leading photographers and historic news picture libraries and includes prints from the early days of photography through to the present day.The scope of the collection is wide-reaching but is especially strong on portraits, the 1960s, fashion and female photographers. The collection also has an extensive archive of 20th century magazines relating to fashion, high society, pop culture and music.
Norman Parkinson: Always in Style
Cascais Cultural Center / Centro Cultural de Cascais, Portugal
28 September 2018 – 20 January 2019
Norman Parkinson was instrumental in the transformation of fashion photography in the 20th century. Throughout his 56-year career he developed a distinctive style, starting his career in the 1930s and working continuously until his death in 1990. His photographs captured the style of the twentieth century: including pre-war 1930s Britain, the Parisian ‘New Look’ of the 1950s, Swinging 60s London and the glamour of the 70s and 80s.
Associated Instagram Account
Celebrating 1840s-1940s women photographers.