Rare and previously unseen photographs by and of George Harrison offer a new perspective of his life in the Beatles
Throughout his time as a Beatle and beyond, George Harrison’s talents as a photographer were a well-kept secret.
But wherever he went he was seldom without a camera, whether it was on tour with the Beatles, capturing the group in the centre of the maelstrom that was Beatlemania and in their unguarded moments backstage, or recording his private visits to exotic places around the world.
There was one particular subject, however, to which Harrison returned again and again – himself, as if in search of the answer to the question that preoccupied him all his life: who am I?
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