28 February 2007 by Sam
Photographer Bernard Fallon’s exhibition, which opens at the National Conservation Centre on Saturday, is called The Long Way Home, and he has travelled a very long way to come home for the opening this week. Although he was born in Liverpool, Bernard now lives in Los Angeles, where I bet it’s raining much less than it is here today.
His incredibly atmospheric photos of Liverpool 40 years ago are a world away from the Californian sunshine. However, his humourous reminiscences in the exhibition show that it’s clearly a time he remembers with great affection.
This afternoon Bernard had a role reversal when photographer Tracey O’Neill took his picture for the Liverpool Daily Post and Echo. He has a packed schedule of press calls and catching up with friends and family over the next few days, but has promised to return to to give a free public tour of the exhibition on Saturday 3 March at 1pm – see the National Conservation Centre What’s On page for details. If that’s busy he says he’ll do another one afterwards as well. Do try to pop along if you can.
(Comments are closed for this post.)