The Beat Goes On exhibition at the World Museum Liverpool

Published on Wed Jul 16, 2008 by

The Beat Goes On exhibition highlights the remarkable achievements of Liverpool and Merseyside artists from across the years; people who have influenced generations of musicians. Hear about the different cultural and musical traditions within the region and its vibrant music and club scenes.

 

The Beat Goes On exhibition at World Museum Liverpool

 

Which includes original artwork for The Wombats album photographed by me and a series of behind-the-scenes test shots showing how the image was created in the my studio. Visit the exhibition which runs until November 1st 2009 at The World Museum, Liverpool, on William Brown Street, in Liverpool city centre.

 

Photograph of exhibition visitors to Liverpool's World Museum

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