John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Abbey Road Studios February 28, 1967. Copyright © Henry Grossman. All Rights Reserved.
Henry Grossman started working as a freelance photographer in the early 1960’s, covering stories for Newsweek, Time, Life, Paris Match, and other publications.
In 2008 Govinda Gallery presented Grossman’s first exhibition of photographs featuring a selection of his images of the Beatles in 1967 composing, arranging, and recording “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” at Abbey Road Studios in London. That exhibition also celebrated the publication of Grossman’s limited edition book Kaleidoscope Eyes: A Day in the Life of Sgt. Pepper (Curvebender Publishing, 2008), edited by Kevin Ryan and Brain Kehew.
The Washington Post published a photograph of Grossman’s and an interview by Paul Richard on November 16th, 2008 during Grossman’s exhibition at Govinda Gallery. In it John Lennon is quoted as saying of Grossman; “He travels the world with us. He’s our friend.”
Grossman’s photographs are a ‘who’s who’ of our times and include subjects such as Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, John F. Kennedy, Thelonious Monk, Rudolph Nureyev, Luciano Pavarotti, Andy Warhol, Tennessee Williams, Leonard Burnstein, Barbara Streisand, and many others.
Grossman is also an accomplished actor and singer.
Henry Grossman’s photographs are available through Govinda Gallery.
George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Abbey Road Studios February 28, 1967. Copyright © Henry Grossman. All Rights Reserved.