SARAH CASCONE, ARTNET NEWS:
"Beatles drummer Ringo Starr is sharing his personal photographs of life on the road with the British rock band in a new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
"As the Beatles skyrocketed to stardom in the 1960s, Starr always had his camera close at hand. Perhaps unsurprisingly, however, the drummer didn't always take the time to develop his film. The exhibition is drawn from a cache of thousands of forgotten negatives Starr only recently rediscovered.
"The show coincides with the September 21st wide release of Starr's book, simply titled, Photograph, which contains 250 of the drummer's portraits.
"'These are shots that no one else could have taken. Together they chart the story of four lads from Liverpool trying to live normal lives amidst the frenzy that surrounded them,' said Starr in a statement."
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