Lost Photographs of The Beatles
Lost Photographs of The Beatles:
developed from original negatives for a new exhibition at Shapero Modern in Mayfair
Thursday 9th December 2021– Sunday 16th January 2022
Incredibly rare and never before seen, new photographs of the internationally renowned rock band The Beatles will be on show in Mayfairʼs Shapero Modern this December. These lost photographs were taken on the set of the bandʼs first film A Hard Dayʼs Night by Lord Christopher Thynne (1934 – 2017).
The negatives remained undeveloped for fifty-seven years but now these re-discovered photographs will re-invigorate Beatlemania.
Each of the developed prints is available in two sizes but strictly limited to thirty-five of each.
This exhibition at Shapero Modern will not only highlight the tantalising rarity of the photographs, but will also reveal the moments Thynne found himself through photography, whilst also shedding light on The Beatlesʼ quieter moments between the international adoration.
Getting there: Located in the heart of Mayfair, the closest underground station is
OxfordCircus (on the Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines). The nearest
rail station is CharingCross.