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Working Class Mystic
Working Class Mystic: A Spiritual Biography of George Harrison by Gary Tillery
Cover Image By Bill Zygmant.... Book out now.

Find Out more at www.beatlesbible.com

Bills had a popular and busy few months!!

Over the last few months Bill has been asked to do quite a few exhibitions,
and has had as much attention in the local mags as his photos

john lennon

My 60's
A Rock n’ Roll photographic exhibition Bill Zygmant
Also featuring works by Andy Lock and Gered Mankowitz

Private view evening: Friday 29th July

Evening includes wine and canapés,
10% off all food bought at Hotel Du Vin between 29th July - 5th August. Discount cards given on the night

Open to the public: Saturday 30th - Friday 26th August 2011

Please RSVP with your name for the preview evening to: reply@gallery2c.com before 22nd July. One ticket per email please.

Hotel du Vin & Bistro Bristol,
The Sugar House, Narrow Lewins Mead,
Bristol BS1 2NU
hotelduvin bristol

     

news paper
To coincide with the Royal Wedding on April 29th 2010, Proud Chelsea celebrates life on the Kings Road from the 60's to the present. Featuring prints by a range of photographers including Harold Chapman, Janette Beckman, Bill Zygmant and Barry Lategan, this exhibition is a beautiful tribute to the infamous Kings Road which has played host to some of the biggest stars of rock and roll from the 60s and 70s. Including photographs of 161 Kings Road when it housed Apple Tailoring and was occupied by the likes of John Lennon, the exhibition coincides with the anniversary of the launch of Apple Tailoring in May 1968

For more information contact us via email: click here

      Swinging 60s Weekend @ Compton Verney
Bill Zygmant is to exhibit at part of the celebration of the 60s to mark the end of a three year memories of the Compton Verney Project.
Click Here to visit their site + Pattie Boyd Book signing
      bill at lennon suite
Bill Zygmant and Lennon Suite Hard Days Night Hotel
      lennon projection liverpool
Bill Zygmants image was used for the Birthday Projection at the Docks!
      bills at leamington exhibition
Bill Zygmant and recent exhibition Leamington Spa
On the 9th October 2010, to commemorate John Lennon's 70th Birthday, one of Bills photographs of John was chosen from an enormous worldwide selection to be projected on the Albert Docks building in Liverpool.Bills latest exhibition was held at Compton Verney, Stratford upon Avon which attracted over 800 people in two days..!
     
     
     

gallery 150 leamington
leamington studio artists

Bills next exhibition of Iconic Images is to be @ Monday 16th August 7pm - 9pm The Old Library, Avenue Road, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV31 3PR www.gallery150.co.uk

     

Bill Zygmant asked to include 3 of his John and Yoko Photos At The Give Peace a Chance Photographic Exhibition Coventry Cathedral John Lennon and Yoko Ono -Bed-In for peace Saturday 13 March to Monday 3 May 2010

coventry

      Past Exhibition
Iconic photography of the 60’s & 70’s Including:
The Beatles - Beegees - Jimi Hendrix and other well known personalities
1,700 visitors
17th till 28th March 2010
Floor One Gallery Rugby Art Gallery & Museum Little Elborow Street, Rugby, CV21 3BZ
exhibtion
floor one gallery
      Beatles to Bowie exhibition
London’s National Portrait Gallery, running until 24 January 2010
Read the Word press review
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Extract from the
Book

"Bill Zygmant (b. 1939)
Bill Zygmant began his career at the London Star. He then went on to work at the News Chronicle
on Fleet Street,
first on the picture desk and then in the darkroom. In 1962 Zygmant joined Rex picture agency but in 1964 went freelance photographing music and show business stars including The Bee Gees, Jimi Hendrix,
Marc Boolean, Mary Hopkins and The Beatles. Zygmant took one of the first photographs of John Lennon and Yoko Ono seen together  at the 1968 opening of John Crittle's Apple Tailoring boutique, before the 0ficial
announcement of their relationship. Zygmant's work has been published in New Musical Express, Billboard,
Picture Post and several British national newspapers. He has since worked as a picture editor and lecturer
on film and television production. The Hard Day's Night Hotel in Liverpool
named its Zygmant Suite in the photographer's honour"
     

Video Interview from Liverpool echo
TV at the Hard Days Night Hotel

Bill Zygmant was a photographer and friend to the Beatles in the 1960s.
Claire Gray caught up with him at the Hard Day's Night gallery
.

      echo newspaper article
     

Culture Reporter
HE took one of the first pictures of John and Yoko together and once borrowed the Beatles' psychedelic Rolls Royce for a photo shoot.
Now veteran photographer Bill Zygmant is bringing his candid snaps of the Fab Four to
Liverpool for the Mathew street festival.
An exhibition of Zygmant's work is going on show at the Iconography gallery in Mathew Street.

Visitors will have a chance to buy copies of the pictures and on Saturday have them signed by the photographer himself.

During the 1960s, London-born Zygmant snapped some of the top stars, including the Stones, The Who and Hendrix.
He said: "Hendrix was a bit of a character. I don't think he really liked having his picture done." His first photo shoot with
The Beatles came shortly after
they released their first record.

He said: "I took them to Austin Reed's in Regent Street - they were in bowler hats, with walking sticks, as city gents really." The early photograph of John and Yoko was taken at the opening of Australian John Crittle's tailoring shop, before the official announcement of their relationship. Pictures of The Scaffold will be among other photos on show at Iconography. Stephen Bailey of The Beatles Shop, which has jointly organised the exhibition, said: "There are some great shots and some unusual images." Zygmant will also be at the Beatles convention in the Adelphi Hotel on Sunday. The exhibition runs from Thursday to Wednesday, August 30.

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