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- Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK
More from year 2020
“Paul McCartney Photographs 1963-64 Eyes of the Storm” photo exhibition
June 28 - October 1, 2023
“The Art Of Hipgnosis” exhibition in Groninger Museum
January 19 - May 14, 2023
“Mike McCartney’s Early Liverpool” photo exhibition
September 24 - October 1, 2022
Mary McCartney’s “Moment of Affection” exhibition shows family photos
June 22 - September 18, 2022
“Paul McCartney: The Lyrics” exhibition at the British Library
November 5, 2021 - March 13, 2022
“Linda McCartney – The Polaroid Diaries” exhibition in Berlin
March 7 - September 5, 2020
Linda McCartney photo exhibition in London
May 15-19, 2019
Linda and Mary McCartney “Mother Daughter” photo exhibition in New York
November 20 till December 19, 2015
“Linda McCartney: Life in Photographs” exhibition in the UK
June 7-16, 2011
“Linda McCartney: Life in Photographs” exhibition in the US
June 2 - July 29, 2011
“Linda’s Pictures” photo exhibition
December 17, 1977 - January 28, 1978
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From Linda McCartney:
The Linda McCartney Retrospective curated by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney, featuresmore than 250 images, includes never before seen intimate family moments caught in Linda’s inimitable style of Christmas time, spent in Liverpool and Wirral. The exhibition features images of some of the most iconic artists and moments from the 1960s music scene, alongside intimate and arresting family portraits. The photographs capture the world as Linda experienced it, representing the people, places and landscape around her in her inimitable spontaneous and experimental style.
A wealth of ephemera and archive materials will also be displayed, including some of Linda’s journals from the 1960s and a number of her cameras. Contact sheets, Polaroids and sun prints all feature, demonstrating Linda’s creativity and interest in early and experimental photographic processes.
Her photographs taken in Liverpool feature some of the city’s most famous streets and landmarks. In order to avoid being recognised in public, Linda would often shoot the city through car windows, capturing interesting perspectives with great spontaneity. Windswept images of the family spending time together near the waterfront at Hoylake, Wirral, also feature.
We’re particularly looking forward to displaying a series of photographs taken in Liverpool and on the Wirral which haven’t been exhibited before. From Liverpool’s city centre streets, to Wirral’s coastal spots, it’s fantastic to see these familiar sights through Linda’s eyes.Sandra Penketh, Executive Director for Galleries and Collections Care at National Museums Liverpool – From Linda McCartney
Last updated on April 19, 2021
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