The (Not Very Convenient) Linda McCartney Photo Retrospective

If your interest lies in the Swingin’ Sixties or the Rockin’ Seventies (trust us, it was a thing) then this first major retrospective of Linda McCartney’s photography is something of a must-do, even if you have to fly to Vienna to see it.

And who doesn’t want to fly to Vienna, right? This exclusive shot taken on a Wings tour, should whet your appetite for a show that covers a life’s work.
The retrospective takes the viewer on a trip from young Linda Eastman’s time as a fledging rock photographer in her native New York in the early Sixties through Wings’ heyday and beyond, into a more reflective period of still lifes and family portraits.

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But if it’s famous faces you want, you’re in the right place with subjects including giants of music (Hendrix), counterculture heroes (Ginsberg) and acclaimed artists (Gilbert & George). Two thumbs up, as Macca would have it.

Linda McCartney is at Kunst Haus Wien, Vienna, Austria, 6 June to 6 October, kunsthauswien.com

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