Thursday, March 12, 2009

The Beatles Exhibition at the Movieum of London County Hall, Waterloo.

The Beatles posing in a small backyard in London with their instruments, 1963. From left to right George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and John Lennon. Photo by Terry O'Neill/Getty Images.
The Beatles exhibition marks the launch of a permanent new Getty Images photographic space at the prestigious Movieum of London County Hall, Waterloo.
The Beatles Exhibition
March 12 - June 12

Getty Images Gallery is proud to announce that is opening a permanent new photographic exhibition space at the Movieum of London in County Hall. The exclusive Beatles exhibition will feature rare and unseen images of the “Fab Four”, from famous photographers including Robert Whitaker, who accompanied John, Paul, George and Ringo on their 1966 Far Eastern Tour.
The launch of the collection marks the 40th Anniversary since the Beatles played their last live performance on the rooftop of the Apple Building at 3 Savile Row. The images span from 1963 to 1970 and includeshots from the filming of Help and A Hard Day’s Night, as well as candid behind the scenes pictures of the Beatles on tour.
The Movieum, an interactive movie museum dedicated to unseen behind-the-scenes film stills, scripts, sets, props and costumes from some of the world’s most loved movies, opened in February 2008 at County Hall on the South Bank. The venue is owned and run by Jonathan Sands, who has roots as a stills photographer and has worked on a number of short films, music videos and commercials.
As well as the photo exhibition, there will also be a selection of Beatles memorabilia on show, including one of John Lennon’s very own Rickenbacker guitars donated by Pete Waterman OBE. Gibson Musical Instruments will also be donating guitar cases signed by John Lennon and Paul McCartney as well as a section of Epiphone signature models, as used by the Beatles in the 60s.

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