Paul McCartney curates art show exhibiting the work of his late wife Linda

Former Beatles member Paul McCartney is working with his daughters Stella and Mary to put together The Linda McCartney Retrospective, a new photography exhibition opening at Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Gallery on July 5th.

The exhibition will compile Linda’s work as one of the UK’s most admired music photographers of the 1960s, along with personal accounts of her family life.

Paul McCartney is curating an exhibit showcasing the work of his late wife, Linda. The show has already been staged in Vienna, Montpellier, and Seoul.

The exhibition was first shown at the Kunst Haus Wien Museum, Vienna and then at The Pavillon Populaire, Montpellier and Daelim Museum in Seoul. The Glasgow show is set to feature what the gallery describes as “a wealth of ephemera and archive material,” some of which has never been seen before.

Kelvingrove Gallery claims that The Linda McCartney Retrospectivewill feature a section dedicated to the photographs Linda took in Scotland alongside the themes of the sixties, family life, self-portraits, nature, social commentary and the processes and techniques Linda used as a photographer.”

During her lifetime, Linda was responsible for iconic images of The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Aretha Franklin, and more.

The exhibition will run from 5th of July 2020 until 12th January 2020.