Paul McCartney Photographs 1963-64: Eyes of the Storm
Discover the photography of Paul McCartney, one fourth of arguably the most influential band of all time, The Beatles, taken at a time when they were at the peak of their fame.
In 1963-64 the ‘fab four’ were burgeoning onto the global stage, and whilst McCartney was fast becoming one of the most photographed people on the planet, in turn he was also documenting life from the other side of the camera.
This exhibition brings together a number of these never-before-seen pictures, telling the intimate story of ‘Beatlemania’ from the perspective of the now legendary musician.
Why you should go
Visit the recently transformed National Portrait Gallery
See photographs taken by a music legend
Explore one of the world's most famous bands from their unique perspective
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