Beck photographed by Martyn Goodacre
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Beck photographed by Martyn Goodacre

Photography medium: Digital archival print


Edition of 102 (50 available)

Gallery: Crane Kalman Brighton

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
All prints are produced to order. Lead times between 5-10 days.Beck photographed by Martyn Goodacre in 1994. This is an iconic archival digital fine-art print on 310gsm cotton based paper and is from an edition of 100. This print is numbered and bears the photographer’s official stamp.Beck by Martyn Goodacre is part of the Rockarchive Collection. This essential collection of stylistic music images features an assortment of iconic classic rock ‘n’ roll, jazz, soul and contemporary pop music personalities, captured by some of music photography’s greatest practitioners – David Corio, Storm Thorgerson, Jill Furmanovsky, Ian Dickson and Sheila Rock.Please contact the gallery if you would like information about other sizes available.


Medium Digital archival print
Support Paper
Framed? No
Subjects Portraiture,
Style Documentary
Original or Edition? Edition of 102
Certificate of Authenticity No
Signed? No
Artwork Dimensions: 42 X 60 X 1 X cm

About Martyn Goodacre

Martyn Goodacre became interested in photography while squatting in London in the ’80s. He began shooting pictures, but it was a Henry Rollins gig that inspired him to shoot his first concert and move into music portraiture. From 1989 through to 2001 he became a regular freelancer for the NME, The Independent on Sunday and Japanese magazines Rockin On and Buzz amongst others. During this time he also played in the band ’Fabulous’ and formed the British punk label ’Kinglake’. In 1995 Martyn went with former NME Editor and Fabulous manager James Brown to the new Loaded magazine where he was sent around the world with no brief other than to send back photos and words about what he got up to. He covered the musicians who shaped the 1990s with an archive that spans the full breadth of the decade, from guitar rock to dance to hip hop. In addition to his magazine work, Martyn has been commissioned to shoot record sleeves for Groove Armada, Eric Matthews, Moco and Shane McGowan amongst others. In 2001 his work was published in the book ’Nirvana and Winterlude’. He continues freelancing for Channel 4, NME, Jack, Maxim and Bizarre. His pictures are published worldwide.