In the late nineties Bryan Adams became curious about making photographic self-portraits for his album covers, and so chose to pick up the camera himself. That serendipitous decision was the beginning of a successful photographic career, parallel to Adams’ impressive achievements as a singer, songwriter and producer. "Exposed" is a retrospective of Adams’ friends and colleagues in the entertainment, fashion and art industries,including Morrissey, Ben Kingsley, Amy Winehouse, Michael Jackson. The exhibition also showcases his series "Wounded: The Legacy of War" where Adams presents portraits of young British soldiers who have suffered life-changing injury in Iraq and Afghanistan or during training. His lens bares witness to their scars, disability and disfigurement. In addition, a more in-depth photographic look was taken at the people who live on the streets of London which resulted in the series "Homeless". Adams’ portraits are direct, compassionate and full of dignity.