Fans Get a Peek Into the Lives of Beatles in the New Exhibition of Rare Photographs – Raj Prem

Rock and roll enthusiast of memorabilia, Raj Prem, has confirmed the release of a news series of photographs that give better access to the private lives of The Beatles. The show corresponds to another landmark of the Rock and roll legends– over half a century since the band’s first celebrated show and presence on the Ed Sullivan Show in the United States. As BeatleMania kept on bourgeoning, the group came into the international spotlight, the longing to get more access into the Beatles’ lives behind the stage developed incrementally. Enthusiasts required more access into the private lives of the stars and wanted more information about them. Noteworthy personalities such as photographic artist Robert Freeman made this fan dream come true by delivering close access into the Beatles’ world and exhibiting them with the most distinguished pictures in the history of rock.

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Raj Prem Discusses Peter Webb’s ‘Sticky Fingers’ Photos

Raj Prem explains that the exhibition is the finest collection of group and solo portraits in both black and white and color, taken against the purpose-built backdrop developed by Webb at his North London Studio. One example is “Stones Rollin’,” a pre-cursor to Peter Webb’s famous ‘Falling Stones’ image, which was voted as one of the top 100 Rock and Roll photographs of all time by Q Magazine. The shot will grace the front cover of the book with the same name — a limited edition run that consists of the same imagery shown in the exhibition. Another example, “The Big Yawn,” shows Mick’s huge mouth agape, while Bill Wyman scratches his nose. Thanks to Prem, SFAE is the exclusive American outlet for Peter Webb’s work.

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Raj Prem Discusses Peter Webb’s ‘Sticky Fingers’ Photos

Raj Prem explains that the exhibition is the finest collection of group and solo portraits in both black and white and color, taken against the purpose-built backdrop developed by Webb at his North London Studio. One example is “Stones Rollin’,” a pre-cursor to Peter Webb’s famous ‘Falling Stones’ image, which was voted as one of the top 100 Rock and Roll photographs of all time by Q Magazine. The shot will grace the front cover of the book with the same name — a limited edition run that consists of the same imagery shown in the exhibition. Another example, “The Big Yawn,” shows Mick’s huge mouth agape, while Bill Wyman scratches his nose. Thanks to Prem, SFAE is the exclusive American outlet for Peter Webb’s work.

Read more: https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/raj-prem-proud-represent-peter-205716659.html