The exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, which runs from 5 July 2019 until 12 January 2020, is curated by Sir Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney.
“It features iconic names and moments in music from the 1960s, along with more intimate and emotional later work by this acclaimed and prolific photographer.
Sir Paul McCartney said: “It is really good having this exhibition in such a cool gallery in Glasgow.
“The whole family loves to honour Linda’s work – she would have loved this because Glasgow was a place she loved.
“She loved Scotland because it gave us a lot of fond memories, a lot of freedom and a lot of happy times.
“It is nice to have all of that encapsulated in the Kelvingrove exhibition.”
‘Linda would have loved this … Glasgow was a place she loved’ – Paul McCartney
Stage one of the 2019 OVO Energy Tour of Britain will see the world’s top riders tackle a 201-kilometre (125-mile) opening leg from George Square in Glasgow city centre to the town of Kirkcudbright in south west Dumfries & Galloway.
The opening stage on Saturday 7 September will complete a loop of Glasgow city centre before heading south through Renfrewshire, East Ayrshire and South Ayrshire before crossing into Dumfries & Galloway.
While September 2019 is the ninth occasion that Dumfries & Galloway has welcomed a stage finish of Britain’s biggest professional cycle race, it will be the first time that the event has visited Kirkcudbright.