British legendary rock photographer, Tom Sheehan has collaborated with restaurant roast in Borough Market to show a bespoke selection of his images, depicting iconic British musicians from his archive, spanning over forty years as a celebrated freelance photographer in the music business.
While continuing to photograph bands, he has recently published four deluxe editions of some of his favourite subjects: Paul Weller, The Cure, Manic Street Preachers, and REM, with further volumes to be announced.
Metro were thrilled to produce all prints and frames for the exhibition, working directly with Tom. The 20″ x 16″ photographs are printed on Harman GDS fibre-based Baryta paper, which has a gloss finish and slight texture; and the emulsion is based on a traditional Black and White silver halide technology with excellent D-Max, sharpness and surface finish. The prints have been mounted in Bespoke Classic Frames by our Finishing team.
All the prints on display are for sale and can be requested in different sizes. Contact the artist to purchase your own piece of rock history.
From 13 May 2019
roast at The Floral Hall, Borough Market
1. Photographer Tom Sheehan at the exhibition opening in roast restaurant, Borough Market
2. Tom Sheehan signing David Bowie, Press Conference, London, 1987 and Johnny Rotten Sex Pistols, John Lydon, 1979 large-scale prints at Metro Imaging Labs.
3. Tom Sheehan David Bowie and Primal Scream prints hanging on roast restaurant walls for the exhibition.