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Jorgen Angel

With a an immense portfolio of rock photography, which spans three decades, the internationally recognized Danish photographer Jørgen Angel has made a valuable contribution to the history of youth culture and music.

Since 1966, Jørgen Angels passion for photographing rock musicians has enabled him to get close to performing artists who dominated the world’s greatest stages and have become rock legends. At 17 years old when, using a camera he had borrowed from his mother, he photographed Led Zeppelin’s first-ever concert ,played in a school gymnasium in a Copenhagen suburb.

Following that early experience, which partnered Angel with the the rock music scene, he went on to develop his craft and ultimately produced those iconic images of Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Deep Purple, The Who, and a host of other rock stars which have become embedded in our minds and hearts.

Exhibitions
Photology, Milan, Italy 2010
Proud Gallery, London, UK, 2009
Gladsaxe Hovedbibliotek library, Denmark, 2008
Studenterhuset, Aalborg, Denmark, 2008
KnuckleBonz Gallery, Wilmington NC, USA, 2006
Galleri SO, Stockholm, Sweden, 2006
Galleri C/7 ART, Gråbrødre Torv, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2005
Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, Soho, New York NY, USA, 2000

Galleries
For many years, Jørgen Angel has worked with the gallery Rock Archive in London, alongside the likes of Mick Rock, Barrie Wentzell, Bob Gruen, and Gered Mankowitz. Jørgen Angel’s photos can also be found as Limited Edition works in galleries in London, Dublin, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Milan, and Dubai. He has several agents, including the world’s largest image agency Getty Images, who sell his work around the world.

Magazines
Since the late 1990s, Jørgen Angel has provided photos for a wide variety of international magazines, including music magazines like Mojo, Uncut, Q, Classic Rock, Rolling Stone, and many others. He has also been the main subject in feature articles, appearing for instance in the design and art magazine Style Monte Carlo, in Hasselblad’s prestigious photographic journal Victor, and in the Indian magazine Rave.


A Selection Of Work Available At The HOARD Gallery

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