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Posted: 09 Jun 09, 15:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Visit the site below to see the new Photographic Exhibition by Peter 'Ratty' Hince at Proud Central in London from 29th July.

http://www.proud.co.uk/exhibition-Queen-The-Unseen-Archive_33.aspx


Peter was Queen's longest serving roadie from 1973 until the very last concert at Knebworth in 1986. During this time he was the man who passed Freddie his microphone every time he went to and from the piano and also worked as Freddie and John's equipment supervisor, both on stage and in the studio. 
During his many years with the band he also took many photos both on and off stage of Queen and at solo sittings by each member of the band at nearly every stage and decade of their career.
Some of his photos have been seen in nearly every one of the Queen fan club magazines during the Seventies and Eighties and have appeared in some books too over the years.
But now he has his own exhibition called The Unseen Archive and will feature many unseen and alternate photos of some of the band's best loved photographs from Queen's various photo sessions that Peter was involved with.
If you are in London then do check this out, you won't be disappointed.




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Posted: 09 Jun 09, 17:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Nice pictures, but why 'Freddy'  :/
http://www.proud.co.uk/Product2-Freddy-Mercury_1021.aspx

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Posted: 10 Jun 09, 01:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I got scared that somebody wants something from me :)

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Posted: 10 Jun 09, 03:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Gary, do you know if there will be a catalogue?


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Posted: 10 Jun 09, 12:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Peter Brady is the middle Brady son and was played by Christopher Knight. Peter often thinks badly of himself, such as believing he has no personality in the episode "The Personality Kid". The clumsiest of the bunch, he sometimes gets overexcited and acts before thinking. Nevertheless, he is a fun-loving boy whom girls adored later in the original series.

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Posted: 10 Jun 09, 16:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hi YV,

No there wont be any catalogues or posters.

The idea is to try and sell the original prints.

But there will be some postcards which is being dealt with by Proud, so not sure which ones will be printed though.

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Posted: 11 Jun 09, 06:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

At that price, I'm sure they'll fly off the walls. Or not. I know some people must, but who the fuck would fork out over £600 for a photograph (or "print")?!

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At that price, I'm sure they'll fly off the walls. Or not. I know some people must, but who the fuck would fork out over £600 for a photograph (or "print")?!














The images that Peter is selling are quite unique. Although a recognised photographer who followed Queen for years called Denis O Regan sells pretty much the same stuff for about £100.

Plenty of people are willing to pay that for prints, a mate of mine is an artist, and he sells prints the same size as Peter's for around £3000.
I think it's a bit mad too, but if Peter had one of Freddies stale farts tied up in a Tesco bag since 1984, Im sure some Rolex wearing, Ferrari driving inbred would only be too happy to part with a million quid to aquire it. Thats Life!

Btw any developments on Peter's Book at all?



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Posted: 31 Jul 09, 12:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Went to see Peter Hince's show at Proud the other night and it's great.  There are posters to advertise the exhibition available from Proud Central. The work is unique and well priced - go see!  And buy!

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Posted: 01 Aug 09, 00:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes the preview night on Wednesday 29th July was very good, and was packed with specially invited people to see this superb 'Queen:Unseen' exhibition.

The photos were great with most never seen before, and were presented really well in appropriate frames. The Proud gallery is a superb place to show this exhibition which is not too big or small, on two floors and has very good lighting. It is located very centrally next to Charing Cross railway station.

I would imagine that the photos are out of the price range of many people, though am sure there will be some who could afford the prices for these unique prints.

There was a set of 8 glossy postcards that you could buy either in a set or individually featuring some of the photographs as well as a poster.

So if you are in London, then do call in as it is well worth a visit.