UNITED IN LOVE, Natalie Goldstein's solo artist show uses art and love to raise awareness and funds for international refugees' charities. The first joint venture from former international model turned photographer Natalie Goldstein and Simon Docherty, leading music and media executive and music publisher. The exhibition at Alon Zakaim Fine Art, 5-7 Dover Street in Mayfair, will feature twelve photographic works in two sizes, in limited editions of 12. The exhibition opens on 25th April and closes on 8th May 2018. (Opening hours 9am - 6pm) The images depict choreographed baller dancers from Royal Ballet transformed through body art into androgynous silver creatives,identified by the national flags that adorn them. Natalie's influence from Helmut Newton and Herb Ritts can clearly be seen with the portrayal of muscular, athletic bodies in monumental poses. Yet tempered with her own innate style, as can be seen with use of natural fibres, feathers and body art to enhance and shield the body at the same time. The images have more than a hint of David Bowie in his Aladdin Sane period, as well as the superheroes from Marvel Comics; perhaps we need superheroes to fight the growing refugee crisis.