Semi-nude images of Kate Moss captured as part of an advertising campaign for lingerie designer Agent Provocateur star in a u2018Best of Britishu2019 exhibition, just opened in London.

Kate Moss photo

Picture credit: Mike Figgis

Semi-nude images of Kate Moss captured as part of an advertising campaign for lingerie designer Agent Provocateur star in a ?Best of British? exhibition, just opened in London.

The Moss pictures were taken in 1997 by photographer Mike Figgis who was also writer and director of the 1995 film Leaving Las Vegas.

Other photographers featured in the show, at The Little Black Gallery in Chelsea, include Patrick Lichfield, Terence Donovan and Bob Carlos Clarke.

Earlier this year the gallery hit the headlines when a controversial exhibition of images by Bob Carlos Clarke sparked a police visit.

Police officers were called after local residents claimed that ‘pornographic’ images from the show were displayed in the window of the gallery and could be seen from the road outside.

The current exhibition, which runs until 18 December, is sponsored by the Morgan car company which last year celebrated its 100th anniversary.

For details visit www.thelittleblackgallery.com or call 0207 349 9332.

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