Open until 14 July 2013
We celebrate the life and work of actor Sir Michael Caine in a new photography exhibition.
The exhibition traces Sir Michael’s life from Cockney rebel, through to Hollywood legend and inspirational Londoner through a selection of never-before-exhibited photographs, iconic portraits by David Bailey and Terry O’Neill, and a selection of film and audio footage from some of his best-loved movies including Alfie, The Italian Job, Get Carter and Educating Rita.
‘I'm every bourgeois nightmare – a Cockney with intelligence and a million dollars.’
Below: a video showing Sir Michael receiving Freedom of the City in a private ceremony held at the Museum of London on Friday 8 March, before opening the exhibit to the public.
Admission is FREE