last days QUEEN UNSEEN

The show

After the extraordinary success achieved in Turin, Rimini and Rome, the exhibition finally arrives in Milan - an event that reveals new and unknown aspects of the iconic band that marked the history of rock music.

Fans and enthusiasts already excited about the arrival in Milan, at the Luciana Matalon Foundation, in Foro Buonaparte 67, of the European tour of the exhibition – event “QUEEN UNSEEN | Peter Hince", a true experiential journey into the world of the famous band to be experienced through unpublished images frozen in time by those who knew QUEEN really well, living in symbiosis with them for over ten years.

“QUEEN UNSEEN | Peter Hince” recounts the extraordinary human and professional journey of Queen and its charismatic front-man, through a rich selection of memorabilia and photographs of Freddie Mercury's road manager and personal assistant, Peter Hince, taken between 1977 and 1986.

PETER HINCE, born in Hereford, England in 1955, began his adventure in the world of music in 1973 as a young roadie with David Bowie. In the same year, working for Mott The Hoople, he met a little-known band, Queen, a support group on Mott's British tour. Peter was personal assistant to Freddie Mercury and bassist John Deacon, later becoming head of Queen's road crew. During the years spent with Queen, Peter cultivated a passion for photography, managing to take intimate and sincere photos of the band in the recording studio, during the filming of video clips, tour rehearsals and, on rare occasions, even during the shows from I live. He also takes some portraits of the band, which have become iconic.

After Queen's last tour in 1986, Peter had a successful career as a publicity photographer, always continuing to photograph Freddie Mercury and the other members of the band.

“QUEEN UNSEEN | Peter Hince” is produced and organized by Blu&Blu Network of Rome. More information on the website

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Foro Buonaparte, 67
20121 Milan


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