Face the facts: A portrait of the sculptor Marc Quinn by Florian Jaenicke

May 17, 1996

(Photograph) - Face the facts: A portrait of the sculptor Marc Quinn by Florian Jaenicke, a photography student at the London College of Printing and Distributive Trades. Mr Jaenicke is showing his work at the London Institute Gallery in an exhibition called Private Views, a display of new photographs by students of the institute's five colleges: the art and design colleges of Camberwell, Chelsea and Central Saint Martins, the London College of Fashion and the London College of Printing.

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