Richard Keith Wolff

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BLP sources Richard Keith Wolff is a British-born photographer, painter and filmmaker.

Wolff educated at the London Film School and Byam Shaw School of Art.

Richard Keith Wolff work includes rare photographic portraits from 1968-70 of John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding, Eric Clapton, Charlie Watts, Keith Reid, Jim Capaldi and Quentin Crisp. Later work features contemporary artists, authors, musicians, campaigners and politicians including The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Victor Spinetti, Stephen King, Tracey Emin, Mark Wallinger, Emily Young, Franc Roddam, Jeremy Corbyn, David Cameron, Brian Haw and Nick Park. The images of Wolff have been published and exhibited internationally.

Since the invasion of Iraq in 2003, Wolff has taken an interest in the peace movement, photographing aspects of human rights and peace campaigning in London; however he is better known for his experimental abstract photography.

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