Check Out These Unseen Glam Photos Of Kate Bush In The '80s
You would probably have to make a deal with God to have more images of Kate Bush lulling around in a prairie field, screaming about her wildest dreams, surface in 2016. Luckily for you, there’s no longer any reason to bargain with otherworldly forces for this fantastic fantasy to turn into a reality—a new book containing unreleased photographs of the UK pop star will be published by Italian music photographer Guido Harari this September.
Harari, who was tasked as Bush’s official photographer after she achieved mainstream success with “Wuthering Heights” in 1978, has photographed the dreamy female singer-songwriter (the first to hit number one on the U.K. charts!) for most of her dazzling career. The book of photography that he has compiled, The Kate Inside, Kate Bush photographed by Guido Harari 1982-1993, is a collection of over 300 photographs, which most of have gone largely unseen by the public.
Ranging from images taken during commercial photo shoots to candid shots of the gleaming pop princess in her natural habitat, the book will host official press photos from critically acclaimed albums, including Hounds Of Love and The Red Shoes. Fans of the hopeless romantic can expect to find film outtakes and personal notes, which Bush scribbled down while on the set of her 1993 film The Line, The Cross & The Curve.
For major Queen Bush obsessives, the deluxe edition of The Kate Inside will feature a foreword written by Lindsay Kemp, the infamous muse and mentor for both Bush and David Bowie. And for those wanting to celebrate the release of the book, the Art Bermindsey Project Space in London will be hosting an exhibition that will be free and open to the public from September 13-30.
To ensure your own copy of The Kate Inside, you can pre-order the book here before its official release on September 1st.
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Images via the Huffington Post.