Movement is a recurring motif in the iconic photographer’s work. He asked models to run, twirl, and dance – form and physical vitality were all critical in his images.
This is a subject close to the Mouret’s heart as well. As a young man, he took inspiration from Parkinson’s legendary images, which is part of the reason that his signature sculptural tailoring encases the female form like no other. We look forward to seeing his interpretation of this photography legend’s legacy. Well worth the trip to Bath. (The Telegraph)
What: Mouvements de Femmes: Norman Parkinson by Roland Mouret
How much: Free
Where: The Octagon, Milsom Place, Bath
When: April 13 – May 12
Photo: Via The Telegraph