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Jim Marshall Photography News
San Francisco Art Exchange Offers Limited Edition Jim Marshall Estate Prints of the Beatles Last Live Concert at Candlestick Park
07/21/2014 - In conjunction with the August 14th Paul McCartney concert at Candlestick Park, nearly 50 years after the Beatles last gig at the same venue, San Francisco Art Exchange is offering a selection of five intimate, limited edition 16X20 archival photos from the final concert. Printed from the original 35mm negatives shot by Marshall, only 25 of each image has been produced for sale individually or in a set of five.
07/15/2014 - Leica AG will present a total of three Jim Marshall exhibits including: photos from the last Beatles concert and the Rolling Stones tour from 1972, as well as a collection of images captured in the summer of love in and around Haight Street, the legendary neighborhood in San Francisco.
06/11/2014 - Legendary photographer and Grammy Trustees Award-winner Jim Marshall renowned for his powerful portraits of some of the greatest musicians of our time chronicles the 1960s San Francisco hippie counterculture movement.
SF and LA Friends, you are invited to "The Haight" book release events coming soon! Please contact galleries to reserve your spot! Los Angeles - Thursday, October 16, Leica Gallery Los Angeles San Francisco - Saturday, October 18, San Francisco Art Exchange Thanks to our sponsors Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, Cameron Hughes Wine, Leica Camera and SFAE!
08/08/2014 - To commemorate the Paul McCartney concert at Candlestick Park on Aug. 14, almost 50 years after the Beatles' last gig at the same venue, San Francisco Art Exchange is offering a selection of five intimate, limited-edition archival photos shot by Jim Marshall from the final concert. For more information, contact San Francisco Art Exchange: 415-441-8840, email@example.com.
08/06/2014 - The late Jim Marshall is the subject of a Photosynthesis lecture by Amelia Davis, his former assistant and now the owner of his archive. Marshall never started a family but left behind a lot of "children" when he died in 2010. "His photos were his children that he really cared for while he was alive," says Davis, who is preserving and sharing Marshall's half-century of work, including iconic images of Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and the Beatles. Davis says she is still discovering striking and previously unseen images as the photographer's work is digitized. "It's like being an archaeologist in a way. He's got over a million images in 35-millimeter black-and-white alone. We find these things and it's like, 'My God, Jim, how could you not have printed this?'" Davis is publishing a new Marshall book, "The Haight: Love, Rock and Revolution," in October. "I want it to be accessible to future generations. There's nothing as great as someone 18 who's just discovered who Jimi Hendrix is."
08/05/2014 - Award-winning photographer Amelia Davis, who was also the assistant to prolific rock photographer Jim Marshall for his final thirteen years, kicks off the talks with a slide presentation of Marshall's iconic images from Woodstock, Monterey Pop and more.