Who Shot Rock & Roll Photography Exhibit in LA
The exhibit features prints from iconic photographers and a slideshows taken between 1966-1990.
Who Shot Rock and Roll that is on view from June 23 to October 21, 2012 at Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles is the only showing of this eshibit on the western coast of the United States and features an original short documentary film. The film is shown in 4K resolution on two 4.5×2 meter screens in vivid detail.
The exhibit features 166 prints from iconic photographers and a slideshow of 80 images by Henry Diltz taken between 1966-1990.
Some of the photographs and films in Who Shot Rock and Roll contain graphic imagery and language, including drug use, nudity, profanity, sexual content and violence, and may not be appropriate for all ages.
One can pre-order Who Shot Rock & Roll street banngers hanging up all over Los Angeles for $99 a set that includes two 35″ wide x 96″ high vinyl banners, each printed with the same design on the front and back. Street banngers can be pre-ordered here.
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