Paul McCartney visits the Fraser Gallery

Tuesday, November 22, 1966

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Paul and American sculptor Claes Oldenburg at Fraser Gallery, London – November 22, 1966

according to this paragraph from Lennonology:
Tuesday, November 22nd, 1966 John and Yoko re-entered each other’s orbit shortly thereafter, once more through the influence of the art world; this time it was at the Robert Fraser Gallery on Duke Street. John remembered, “The second time I met her at a gallery opening of Claes Oldenburg in London. We were very shy, we nodded at each other and we didn’t know—she was standing behind me, I looked away because I’m very shy with people, especially chicks. We just smiled and stood frozen together in this cocktail party thing.”Yoko recalled the contrast in his appearance: “John was probably up all night. I don’t know what he was doing but he looked like a totally different person—unshaven, looking very sort of, uh, angry, and he was—I just was amazed at—it was the person I met in the Indica Gallery.”.

From Meet the Beatles for Real: Fraser Gallery
From Meet the Beatles for Real: Fraser Gallery

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