Bruce Lacey with his creation, the robot, Rosa Bosom

Made:
1970 in England
photographer:
Tony Ray-Jones

A 35mm slide taken by Tony Ray-Jones for an article on English eccentrics, 'Happy Extremists'. The photograph was published in the 'Sunday Times Magazine', 18 October 1970.

A 35mm slide taken by Tony Ray-Jones for an article on English eccentrics, 'Happy Extremists'.

The photograph was published in the 'Sunday Times Magazine', 18 October 1970.

Bruce Lacey (b. 1927) is an avant garde artist and inventor, known for his performance art and robotic creations. Pictured behind Mr Lacey is Rosa Bosom, winner of 'The Alternative Miss World', 1985. Rosa was created by Mr Lacey in 1965.

Details

Category:
Photographs
Object Number:
1993-5016/953
Materials:
cardboard, cellulose acetate
type:
photograph
credit:
The National Media Museum, Bradford
status:
Permanent collection

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