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A Mad Day Out, 1968

Beatles In Studio by Stephen Goldblatt

The UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism is hosting an exhibit of rare Beatles photographs! On July 28, 1968, while The Beatles were recording sessions for the White Album, they took time for a “Mad Day Out,” in order to be photographed all over London.  The photographer, Steven Goldblatt, captured The Beatles, their energy, and the beautiful city of London.

The exhibit will be open on Friday, Nov. 12 at the Graduate School of Journalism’s North Gate Hall (Room 105).  Goldblatt, a photographer and a cinematographer, will participate in a book signing starting at 6pm.  At 7pm, he will give a talk and show slides of the rare photographs.  The event is free to public, so come out to East Bay to check out the exhibit!

Photo by Stephen Goldblatt

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This entry was posted on November 8, 2010 by in Berkeley, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Music, Photography, Stephen Goldblatt, The Beatles.

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