Dame Elizabeth Taylor helped raise millions for HIV/AIDS research and relief in her lifetime, and now her legacy continues with Grit and Glamour, an exhibition at Getty Images Gallery, London's largest independent photographic gallery.

Held in association with The Elizabeth Taylor Trust and the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF), the exhibition marks 30 years since the screen icon began her philanthropic work to help find a cure for the disease. Photographs for sale include never-before-seen backstage shots, candid snaps and studio portraits from throughout Taylor's career, available in a variety of print sizes and framed or otherwise.

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30 years of Elizabeth Taylor: a new exhibition raising funds for HIV

A percentage of the profits raised will go straight to ETAF, which the actress had the foresight to set up so that her trust covers all operating costs - meaning that donations go directly to the HIV/AIDS organisations the foundation supports. The exhibition begins in London on October 9 to November 7, with plans for it to tour to New York, Los Angeles, France and South Africa. 

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