East End Faces shows Baileys portraits and documenting of the characters of east London some 50 years ago and some of which are only just seeing the light of day now.
The images center around ordinary people and scenes of east London in the 1960s, in East Ham where Bailey grew up.
The exhibition is part of a series of events to encourage people back to the gallery and museum that is the William Morris Gallery. The location was the childhood home of 19th-century artist William Morris and it is currently celebrating it’s six month anniversary after near closure by a multimillion-pound refurbishment, which was partly funded by Lottery money.
Not only can you vist this exhibition and get a real insite into both the childhood of David Bailey and London in the 60s, you can also support the gallery.
East End Faces opens today and runs through until the 26th May.