Alison Jackson burst onto the British art scene in a flurry of controversy when she published a photo depicting the late Princess Diana - and she still has celebrity culture in her sights
It’s rare for art students to create such controversial work during their studies that they are threatened with expulsion - but Alison Jackson wasn't just any art student.
She was staring at the end of her career in art before it had even begun when she caused a nationwide furore. Jackson took a photograph depicting the recently deceased Princess Diana with Dodi al Fayed and a baby - posed by lookalikes.
But she escaped expulsion, completed her degree, and has gone on to create more controversial works of art, exploring the cult of celebrity.
With a fascination over why the public believe they know celebrities despite really knowing very little about them, Jackson has targeted many an A-lister with her lens.
The Royal Family remains a source of inspiration for much of her work, but the likes of US President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson keep Jackson busy.
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