Jim Marshall Photography Press Releases
Leica Store MIAMI Presents An Exhibit of Unseen Photos From Legendary Photographer Jim Marshall's New Book - THE HAIGHT: Love, Rock, and Revolution
11/24/2014 - THE HAIGHT: Love, Rock, and Revolution - The photography of Jim Marshall book tour continues in Miami, FL. A gallery show, book signing, and talk by Jim Marshall Photography LLC's Amelia Davis is scheduled for Wednesday, December 3, 2014, 7:00pm -9:30pm - Leica Store Miami.
Hendrix and Dead Free Concerts, LSD, The HIppie, and the Rise of Modern Counterculture are Chronicled in THE HAIGHT
11/18/2014 - THE HAIGHT: Love, Rock, and Revolution (Insight Editions) is a stunning collection of never-before-seen photographs of San Francisco in the 1960s that captures the essence of the era through photographer Jim Marshall's lens.
"The Haight" Book Signing Events Coming to New York's Storied Chelsea Hotel and Leica Store Washington, DC
11/05/2014 - Legendary photographer Jim Marshall visually chronicled the Haight-Ashbury counterculture movement of the 1960's as perhaps no one else did in his new book The Haight: Love, Rock and Revolution.
11/19/2014 - This new collection of largely unpublished material from Jim Marshall is a treasure trove of visual reporting on the brave new psychedelic world.
FroKnowsPhoto: What a FANTASTIC Eye Opening and Inspiring Interview with Amelia Davis RAWtalk Episode #110
11/16/2014 - This is a podcast of an interview with FroKnowsPhoto Jared Polin and Jim Marshall Photography LLC's Amelia Davis talking about photographer Jim Marshall, his life's work and new book THE HAIGHT.
11/04/2014 - Several hundred never-before published negatives will be included in a book that shows how a legendary San Francisco photographer documented Haight-Ashbury in the 1960s.
A tryst: #jimmarshall, his #leica and #thehaight. Fifty years later a best-selling book: “The Haight.” Now Leica blogs about their love fest. Catch it at http://bit.ly/1AOFEKF. And check out Leica’s LFI Magazine at http://bit.ly/1r8mQ9q.
Rest In Peace Rock Scully - Manager of the Grateful Dead from 1965-1985. Seen here 3rd from the right with the managers of The Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Big Brother and the Holding Company, and The Charlatans. This was shot in the Panhandle in SF in 1966 the same day that Jim did the shot of the 5 bands. (Dead, Airplane, Quicksilver, Charlatans, Big Brother). The joke here (probably initiated by Bill Graham second from left) was that they all had their hands in each others pockets and were taking each others money! Rock was an incredible storyteller! A few years ago at the Grateful Dead Archives inaugral dinner, Rock read a telegram sent by the producers of the Monterey Pop Festival to him and the Grateful Dead asking them to return all the equipment they had "liberated" from Monterey Pop and brought to SF so Hendrix could play for free in the Panhandle...May the four winds blow you safely home...
The Daily Beast Loves Jim Marshall and listsThe Haight: Love, Rock And Revolution as Top 22 Art & Photography books of 2014! http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/12/13/the-best-coffee-table-books-of-2014.html