Moss photographed by Paolo Roversi in 1993. by Photo: Courtesy Galerie de l’Instant, Paris

A homage will be paid to the iconic Kate Moss displaying a collection of photographs throughout her career in a gallery exhibition at the La Galeri de L’instant in Paris. The exhibition titled ‘Kate Moss by the biggest photographers’ will showcase a collection of 25 images of Moss, shot by Bettina Rheims, Corinne Day, Paola Roversi and Mary McCartney and will be displayed from Friday 13th May to 14th September.

The Galeri de L’instant in Paris stated: ‘Despite a lack of interviews and a few scandals, [Kate Moss’] career has been a success and has set an example. She has inspired the biggest photographers of every generation as well as contemporary artists including Lucian Freud, Marc Quinn, Sam Taylor Wood. It is therefore only fair that we dedicate an exhibition to her, as her work with photographers has been so rich and varied.

The gallery adds Kate is ‘one of the most photographed people in he world, and yet she continues to fascinate and inspire… ‘This exhibition is a homage, not only to her beauty, but also to her intelligence.’ [DailyMail]

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Kate Moss photographed by Axl Fred at the Grand Palais in Paris 2011. Photo: DailyMail.com


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Kate in a Comme des Garcons shoot taken by Juliette Butler in 1995 Photo: DailyMail.com


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Calling the shots: 'Kate Moss at Cafe Lipp' by Arthur Elgort, taken for Italian Vogue 1993. Photo: DailyMail.com

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What Katy Did: (From left) Bert Stern portrait, taken in 2002. (Right) Photo taken by Rankin in 2005 Photo: Courtesy of Galerie de L'Instant

Photographed by Marc Hispard in 1993. Photo: Courtesy of Galerie de L'Instant


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Ready for her close up: (From left:) Kate photographed by Richard Dumas in 1999. (Right) Moss getting primped. Photo by Juliette Butler, Chloé, 1995. Photo: Courtesy Galerie de l’Instant, Paris