The Man who Shot the 60s

RON FALLOON

Ron Falloon

Ron was a music student at Heidelberg University. His talent with a camera was discovered when he took a holiday job photographing guests at The Carlton Hotel in Cannes. He made his way to London to be trained by JohnFrench,1950s photographerwhowasalsotrainingDavidBaileyandDonovan.

Ron’s opened his Drury Lane, London Studio in 1962 and his catalogue is like a who’s who of the swinging sixties. He shot all of the leading models: Jean Shrimpton, Twiggy, Vicky Hodge, Patti Boyd, The Monkees, The Rolling Stones et al and worked for all the publications and fashion houses of the era.

This exhibition takes the viewer straight back to swinging London and glamorous Paris parties hosted by Helena Rubinstein. This event gives collectors the chance to invest in some of the 1960s most iconic images and takes them on a journey from the early ’60s where society had changed little since the 1930s to the blossoming of flower power in the late ’60s.

Ron’s work has been exhibited at Liberty’s of London, the Biba and Beyond exhibition at The Brighton Pavilion and Art Museum, Pushkin House, The Hospital Club, The South Bank Centre and Gallery 54 in Mayfair.

His work is held in many collections including The National Portrait Gallery.

Twiggy and painting
Twiggy and painting

Ron was a music student at Heidelberg University. His talent with a camera was discovered when he took a holiday job photographing guests at The Carlton Hotel in Cannes. He made his way to London to be trained by JohnFrench,1950s photographerwhowasalsotrainingDavidBaileyandDonovan.

Ron’s opened his Drury Lane, London Studio in 1962 and his catalogue is like a who’s who of the swinging sixties. He shot all of the leading models: Jean Shrimpton, Twiggy, Vicky Hodge, Patti Boyd, The Monkees, The Rolling Stones et al and worked for all the publications and fashion houses of the era.

This exhibition takes the viewer straight back to swinging London and glamorous Paris parties hosted by Helena Rubinstein. This event gives collectors the chance to invest in some of the 1960s most iconic images and takes them on a journey from the early ’60s where society had changed little since the 1930s to the blossoming of flower power in the late ’60s.

 

Ron Falloon
is the most famous photographer you have never heard of

Twiggy and painting

Ron’s work has been exhibited at Liberty’s of London, the Biba and Beyond exhibition at The Brighton Pavilion and Art Museum, Pushkin House, The Hospital Club, The South Bank Centre and Gallery 54 in Mayfair.

His work is held in many collections including The National Portrait Gallery. Ron Falloon 1937 – 2017

Twiggy and painting
Twiggy and painting
Twiggy and painting
Twiggy and painting
Twiggy and painting

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Twiggy and painting
Twiggy and painting
Twiggy and painting