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Richard Heeps became well-known for his Burlesque Photography after he spent 2003 capturing performances in Britain & America. He spent a lot on time with his subjects on a number of occasions, building close relationships with them resulting in more intimate artworks. He began this prior to the cultural phenomenon of Burlesque, on the brink of the new movement which was a form of interpretation and innovation. His connection to it was sparked from his Rockabilly links built over the seven years he spent working towards his book, 'Man's Ruin' which was published in 2007. An edition of this work featured in the 2018-2019 exhibition Wemen at Nhow Hotel Milano.

This artwork is a limited edition gloss photographic print, dry-mounted to aluminium, presented in a museum board white window mount and a choice of black or white box frame made professionally in the UK. It is signed and numbered on reverse accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.