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9 October 2012, 17:42
The forthcoming exhibition in London will use never before seen video portraits of some of music's biggest stars.
Conor Maynard and Professor Green are set to feature in a forthcoming photo exhibition in London, which will use never before seen video portraits.
Face to Face: The Moving Portrait is the debut solo exhibition from music photographer Tom Oxley and will also feature portraits of Rizzle Kicks, Wretch 32 and Azealia Banks.
It will open its doors to the public at Londonewcastle Project Space in East London on 19th October and run until 28th October.
Each moving portrait, accompanied by a music track of the subject's choice, enables the viewer to study each subject up close and personal, providing them with an intimacy into the character of the artist.
You can see an example from Conor Maynard's portrait below: (picture: Tom Oxley)
Oxley said: "The idea behind this project is to combine both the media of photography and video, and push them forward together.
"I really want people to stop and think, then instantly connect with what is in front of them. This allows the viewer to stand back and truly take notice of what they are seeing, where subtle movements from the subject create a striking visual impact."
Admission to Face to Face: The Moving Portrait is free.