Two Days In The Life: The Beatles
23 May 2008
This June, Genesis author Michael Ward joins fellow photographer Tom Murray at the newly opened Idea Generation Gallery, London, to exhibit their rare photographs of The Beatles.
Two Days In The Life: The Beatles begins by transporting us to February 19th 1963 with Michael Ward's images following the mop-tops around Liverpool, ending up in the Cavern on the night it was announced they had attained their first Number One single. Skipping forward five years to July 28th 1968 the exhibition heads south for Tom Murray's 'Mad Day Out' across London, armed only with two rolls of film and Don McCullin's words ringing in his ears, 'Bring along your camera - you might get some nice snaps.'
This exhibition runs from 29th May until 29th June, where visitors will be able to view and order copies of the signed Genesis limited edition portfolio, A Day In The Life by Michael Ward, which includes the images on display. Click here to read more about this very special boxed set.