London will host an exhibition devoted to the dark-skinned British stars

Naomi Campbell and Tiny Temp are among the 37 dark-skinned British musicians, actors, politicians, models and athletes to be represented at the big exhibition of the National Portrait Gallery. Photos will be part of the main collection of the gallery and will be the subject of a significant exhibition in November 2018. This is one of the biggest acquisitions of the gallery. Also at the exhibition there will be a photo of the editor of Vogue Edward Enninen, Labor Chuka Umunny, writer Malory Blackman, Lord Bill Morrim and other remarkable people of Britain.

All the stars were photographed by Simon Frederick, who originally took pictures for the BBC documentary "Two Black Is The New Black". Later he donated his works to the gallery. Director of the gallery Nikolay Kallinan said: "These bright portraits of dark-skinned British cultural figures perfectly reflect the equality and diversity of contemporary British achievements in public life."

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