The buzz surrounding Prem’s newest exhibit comes alongside continued success working with the San Francisco Art Exchange (SFAE). According to the renowned curator, working with the SFAE has remained an important component of this and many other rock-based exhibits. “I value the opportunity to work with SFAE owners and directors Jim Hartley and Theron Kabrich,” Prem recently discussed. “We’ve done 40 plus exhibitions together over 18 years. SFAE was the first gallery in the world to showcase the music photography genre and is probably the most successful outlet for celebrity photography.” Prem remarked that the Beatles photography is only one of many exhibitions he has facilitated with the SFAE over the years. As he continued, “Jointly we’ve co-produced several exhibitions of top UK and US photographers, including Robert Freeman, Iain MacMillan, Terry O’Neill and Dominique Tarle .” For Prem, the 50 year Beatles anniversary exhibit aims to not only reinvigorate original fans about their musical heroes, but also give younger fans direct access into what rock and roll is all about.
Month: September 2017
Raj Prem’s latest exhibition was an outcome of the unending desire around everything to do with The Beatles. Prem’s aim was to give fans that already have an extensive knowledge of the band something never seen before. This made him fashion a series of exceptional photos during some of group’s most noticeable years in the 1960s. The Beatles photography exhibition aims to develop the same kind of ecstasy and elation that fans earlier felt over half a century ago.
This undying demand for all things Beatles was a major player in curator Raj Prem’s decision. Prem’s upfront goal with the exhibition was to give fans who already have a comprehensive understanding of the band something new and exciting. This prompted him to find a series of rarely seen photographs from the group’s most important years in the 1960s. The Beatles photography exhibition aims to recreate the vibes that fans originally felt over 50 years ago.
The undeterred demand for all things to do with the Beatles was the essence behind enthusiast Raj Prem’s recent exhibition. Prem’s recognized goal was to give enthusiasts who already have a broader understanding of the band something extra. This made him select a series of unusually seen photos during some of group’s most significant years in the 1960s. The Beatles photography exhibition promises to build the same kind of delight and ardour that fans first felt over half a century ago.