Sophie Howarth: Guy Picciotto of Fugazi, limited edition, signed, fine art print
Exclusive release of Sophie Howarth's fine art prints, offered for the first time in conjunction with Unpopular.
Guy Picciotto of Fugazi, Metro Theatre, Sydney, 1997, is available in an edition of 500, printed on A3 (297 x 420 mm) archive, museum-quality paper. Prints are wrapped in clear mylar archival film on foam core. White signature on images is for display purposes only - all editioned prints are personally signed by Sophie Howarth.
About Sophie Howarth
Sophie has specialised in social documentary and commercial photography during her 30-year career. A graduate of Sydney’s National Art School, her practice flourished in the demanding and creatively rich environment of Australia’s rock music scene.
Sophie's distinct visual sensibility earned her an access-all-areas pass as official photographer to iconic events like the Big Day Out, touring with artist Gurrumul Yunupingu through Arnhem Land, and working as a staff photographer for Rolling Stone Australia.
The legacy of her early work is a culturally significant archive of world-class Australian and international rock music artists and the music scene from the 1990s to mid-2000s. Her archive of work is now an important document of Australian culture.
‘Sophie Howarth is one of Australia’s best-ever photographers. Her rock and roll photography captured and helped define Australia’s new music explosion in the 90’s. Like all great artists, she saw things we couldn’t see.’ — John O’Donnell, MD, EMI 2002-2022
Larger prints and custom sizes available via sophiehowarthphotography.com