London's Grosvenor House Hosts Beatles Exhibit

Beatles

In partnership with Christie’s, Grosvenor House, a JW Marriott Hotel, is hosting a unique photographic exhibition this month - Beatles Illuminated: The Discovered Works of Mike Mitchell - 50 lots of unpublished and never-before-seen photographs of the Beatles’ first visits to America in 1964, exclusively on display at the London hotel from June 17 to 25.

The hotel is hosting the first major UK preview of the Christie’s New York sale on July 20, as one of Christie’s international hotel partners for public exhibitions and previews of major auctions. The hotel will showcase photographer Mike Mitchell’s black and white shots of The Beatles, taken when he was just 18 years old. The images have been filed away for nearly fifty years and the complete rediscovered collection is expected to realize in the region of $100,000.

For more information on the Beatles exhibition, visit www.jwmarriott.com and www.christies.com.

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