New Exhibit: ‘Who Shot Rock & Roll’ at the Annenberg Space for Photography

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From June 23 through October 7, music lovers will have the opportunity to view almost two hundred images of legendary icons of music at Who Shot Rock & Roll, a new exhibition that inspired by photography and music dated back to 1955. The exhibit will take place at the Anneberg Space for Photography, featuring over 100 photographers. Well-known photographers such as Diane Arbus, Annie Lebowitz, David LaChapelle and Ryan McGinley will showcase their love for music with some of the very best images in the music world. For instance, Notorious B.I.G. at Cypress Hills Cemetery in Brooklyn, The Beatles outside Buckingham Palace, Elvis kissing a young girl backstage and much more.

But if you’re still in need of a music fix, KCRW is having a live music series starting in July, so music will forever live on.

Source: Huffington Post

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