Apr 30, 2021
By Andy Johnson
Canadian music legend and esteemed photographer Bryan Adams is opening a gallery presentation in London, England this weekend. It’s called “Homeless.”
The musician, who is a frequent contributor to Zoomer Magazine, took pictures of London’s homeless between 2011 and 2017.
Atlas Gallery, which is hosting the presentation, says the portraits are a stark reminder that there are still far too many homeless people on the streets.
During his career, the 61-year old, who was born in Kingston and lives in London, has has shot portraits the famous; Margaret Atwood, Mick Jagger, Placido Domingo and Elton John among them.
Adams also photographed Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. It is now held by Britain’s National Portrait Gallery.