Los Angeles Book-signing and Launch Event of "THE HAIGHT: Love, Rock, and Revolution," October 16, 2014
Legendary photographer Jim Marshall visually chronicled the Haight–Ashbury counterculture movement of the 1960s as perhaps no one else did.

During extraordinary times for popular music, photographer Jim Marshall was everywhere that mattered: in the Village in New York City with Bob Dylan, at sound check with Hendrix at Monterey Pop, greeting the sunrise at Woodstock with The Who; and probably flipping the bird right back at Johnny Cash once he caught the moment at San Quentin. The list goes on, beginning in the late 1950s and ending only when he died in 2010.

Portsmouth Guildhall, built in 1890, has played host to such music greats as Duke Ellington, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and David Bowie. It now hosts an exhibit of Jim Marshall's photos of the Rolling Stones from their 1972 West Coast tour.

Sharing the fascinating legacy of Jim Marshall with the world, we have traveled to Italy to present an exhibit of his work in Bologna beginning May 9 at the Ono Arte Contemporanea.