L.A.: Who Shot Rock & Roll

From now until October 7th, L.A.’s Annenberg Space for Photography presents Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present. The only west coast engagement for this traveling exhibit, Who Shot Rock & Roll features over 150 inspiring prints of influential musicians, from heavyweights such as Diane Arbus, Anton Corbjin, David LaChapelle, Ian Dickson, Ryan McGinley, Annie Leibovitz and tons more. As if this wasn’t enough, there’s also an 80-image slideshow of Henry Diltz’s work from 1966-1990 set to a carefully curated soundtrack, music videos from Bjork, U2, The Vines, and Sonic Youth, and a behind the scenes documentary produced exclusively for the Annenberg Space for Photography featuring the amazing Henry Rollins. During the month of July, free live shows will be held on Saturday nights at the gallery, in partnership with local public radio station KCRW. The exhibit itself is also free, so if you’re in L.A. this summer or fall, there’s really no excuse not to find out who shot rock and roll! xx Ashley Churchill

Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present

Annenberg Space for Photography, 2000 Avenue of the Stars, 90067

1-213-403-3000

Wed-Fri: 11am – 6pm

Sat: 11am – 9:00pm

Sun: 11am – 6pm

Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

Photos: Courtesy of Annenberg Space for Photography

 

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