Rarely seen photos by the Tommy Hanley of the Beatles an associates are now on display in a window of The Hari hotel in Belgravia, London, Amateur Photographer reports.
The installation teases a limited edition book ‘With a Little Help from My Lens’ available via the official Hanley website
The window installation displays specially selected Beatles and Beatles-related exclusive photographs (including people such as keyboardist Billy Preston, Cilla Black and Harry Nilsson) that includes images produced from Hanley’s original negatives.
...The images include Jimmy Nichol (who temporarily replaced Ringo Starr whilst he was in hospital) pictured with only bongos to drum, John and Yoko at Tittenhurst Park after The Beatles split up and the first image of the three remaining Beatles following the tragic death of John Lennon.
Yoko Ono Lennon kindly granted permission to include a number of Hanley’s iconic images of John Lennon from her private collection, notably the famous ‘Imagine’ images shot in 1971.
The window installation was organized by Art Vinyl – who have curated annual exhibitions to celebrate the best in record cover design for the past 16 years.