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Portraits in Mayfair

A photo montage from the private view of Aliona Adrianova’s Portraits at LINLEY


On the 10th October 2012, a private view of the works of the portrait photographer Aliona Adrianova was held at LINLEY in Albermarle Street, Mayfair. The Steeple Times was honoured to be asked to be the media partner for the event and here we feature a selection of photographs from the night:


Aliona Adrianova outside LINLEY, 46 Albermarle Street, London, W1S 4JN on Wednesday 10th October 2012
Aliona Adrianova and Basia Briggs
Guests at the exhibition’s private view included Sir Benjamin Slade
Rupert Phelps and Barbara Minto
Bienvenida Buck
Anthony Brown with Claire Rubinstein, John Stoddart and other guests
Suzanne Trocme with Aliona Adrianova
Jean-Hervé Nedelec, Laurence-Odile Garde-Due, Heimir Helgason and Aliona Adrianova
livelikeavip.com’s Zoë Griffin
“Photographer to the stars” John Stoddart, Alexandra Naylor and Claire Rubinstein pose for the camera whilst Anthony Brown hides in the background
Guy Vaissière of LINLEY and Basia Briggs
Aliona Adrianova with Alexander Spann and friend
British intelligence analyst Glenmore Trenear-Harvey and friend
Aliona Adrianova with Matthew Steeples of “The Steeple Times”
Guests at the party enjoyed champagne and canapés by Mari Vanna

Subjects featured included Steven Berkoff, Basia Briggs, David Carter, William G. Carter, Pierre de Fermor, Arfi Lamba, Barbara Minto, Drummond Money-Coutts, Franck “Cali” Nelle, Sergei Pavlenko, Ellen Spann, Marius Stravinsky, and Gary Williams. Prices for the portraits ranged from £210 to £380.


Aliona Adrianova’s portrait of Steven Berkoff and Apple – £380
Franck “Cali” Nelle by Aliona Adrianova – £290

Helmut Newton once stated:


“My job as a portrait photographer is to seduce, amuse and entertain.”


Last Wednesday night, Aliona Adrianova definitely achieved all of the above.


A selection of Aliona Adrianova’s works remain on show at LINLEY, 46 Albermarle Street, London, W1S 4JN.


Images from Aliona Adrianova’s Portraits Exhibition and other examples of her works can be viewed at: http://www.aliona.com and she can be contacted at: aliona@adrianova.co.uk


Photography by Josh Brandão: http://www.joshbrandao.com

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