Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

News

Paul McCartney Photographs Exhibit to Open at Chrysler Museum of Art On December 5th

Photo Credit: Amy Harris/The Travel Addict

Paul McCartney Photographs 1963-1964: Eyes of the Storm, will open on December 5th at The Chrysler Museum of Art. This exhibition contains 250 of McCartney’s images from December 1963-February 1964. During that time, McCartney used his Pentax camera to capture the Fab Four – John Lennon, Ringo Starr, George Harrison and himself – as Beatlemania spread across the world. This exhibit offers an intimate and personal view into an iconic moment in rock history. 

Paul McCartney (English, b. 1942) Paul McCartney, self portrait, London 1963-4 Photograph ©1963-4 Paul McCartney

McCartney’s photographic curator and archivist, Sarah Brown, has collaborated onsite with Senior Curator Lloyd DeWitt to install the exhibition in Norfolk. McCartney, Brown and the National Portrait Gallery’s Rosie Broadley carefully selected the images for this exhibit earlier in 2023 when it made its debut in London

“Every picture brings back memories. I can try and place where we were and what we were doing to either side of the frame. Pictures of us with the photographers bring back memories of being in New York for the first time and being taken down to Central Park, the New York hard-bitten cameramen shouting out, ‘Hey Beatle, hey Beatle.’ We’d look at them and they’d take the picture. ‘One more for the West Coast.’ I remember all those stories,” said McCartney when interviewed by Christie’s last September. 

Photo Credit: Amy Harris/The Travel Addict

Paul McCartney Photographs 1963–1964: Eyes of the Storm is curated by Paul McCartney with Sarah Brown on behalf of MPL Communications Limited and Rosie Broadley for the National Portrait Gallery, London, and presented by the Chrysler Museum of Art. The Horace W. Goldsmith Special Exhibitions Endowment supported this exhibition. December 5-6 will be member-only days from 10am-5pm. For museum membership, visit https://chrysler.org/support/#3. This exhibition will run through April 7, 2024. Museum admission is free, but fees may apply to some programming. For more information about the Chrysler Museum of Art, its exhibits and programming, visit chrysler.org.

Latest Articles

News

The Krewe of Freret, a Mardi Gras organization, has taken a momentous stance in favor of environmental sustainability, community responsibility, and thought leadership. From...

Interviews

Jennifer Vickery Smith is the outgoing and bubbly mother of country music artist Conner Smith and director, videographer, and actor, Cooper Smith. Jennifer has...

North America

Spring training has ensued once again in Arizona. C3 Presents has continued to offer music and baseball in the sixth annual Innings Music Festival...

News

The inaugural BRIGHTSIDE Music Festival will take place at Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando on Saturday, April 27, 2024. The festival, organized by Brew...

News

Odie’s, the local hang dreamed up by country act Old Dominion and Good Time Design, will open this summer in Nashville. The idea was...

News

Fans of The Love Boat will have an opportunity to set sail aboard Princess Cruises alongside original cast members. The hit show, which aired...

You May Also Like

Interviews

The series “Departures” chronicled two Canadian friends Scott Wilson and Justin Lukach as they quit their day jobs to make their way around the...

North America

While covering MGK “Machine Gun Kelly” Day which took place on August 13 I visited the musician’s local coffee shop, 27 Club Coffee. It...

Interviews

The Warning is a Mexican rock band from Monterrey, founded in 2013 by three sisters: Daniela (vocals, guitars, piano), Paulina (drums, vocals, piano) and...

Interviews

Cincinnati-based chef Christian Gill has been taking on every challenge that the Food Network has to offer this summer. He is currently competing in...