BEI INCUBI: An Exhibition Of Photographs By Nick Rhodes will have a private viewing March 7 followed by a public viewing the next day at The Vinyl Factory Chelsea, 91 Walton St., London.
The collection will feature 20 Polaroids and more than 30 original photos and prints signed by Rhodes and available for sale after the private viewing, according to DuranDuran.com. Rhodes' work will be on display to the public through April 5.
The photos originally were intended as cover art for TV Mania's "Bored With Prozac And The Internet?" out March 11.
"The title, Bei Incubi (Beautiful Nightmares), suits the mood of the show," Rhodes told DuranDuran.com. "I'm drawn to images that have perfect flaws, where you can see that everything is not quite as it should be, yet somehow you still want to keep looking."
Besides co-founding Duran Duran, the keyboardist also has dabbled in photography for decades. An early book of Rhodes' work, "Interference," is now a collector's item, and Rhodes counted artists such as Andy Warhol among his friends. Since then, Rhodes has become instrumental in the visual as well as musical side of Duran Duran.