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Mon, 10/13/2014
ABC Famed Rock and Roll Photographer Jim Marshall’s Newly Released...

ABC Famed Rock and Roll Photographer Jim Marshall’s Newly Released Photos

Though Marshall is remembered mostly for his rock and roll photography, and remains the only photographer to receive a Grammy, he also chronicled many of the milestone moments in America’s history, snapping shots of the civil rights movement, Vietnam War protests, and other famed culture wars around the country.

Sat, 10/11/2014
MOTHER JONES: Photographer Jim Marshall delivers …

Apart from being in the right place at the right time—San Francisco's music scene in the mid-1960s—Marshall had the right personality to get up close and personal with the bands who would provide the soundtrack to a generation. More importantly, he was simply a great photographer. As such, Marshall created some of the most iconic images in rock and roll history.

The Beatles, final concert at Candlestick Park, San Francisco, 1966
Sat, 10/11/2014
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: The Beatles acting naturally: a photo collection

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: The Beatles acting naturally: a photo collection.

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,

Thu, 10/09/2014
Los Angeles Book-signing & Launch

San Francisco, CA—The counterculture movement of the 1960s is one of the most continually fascinating and endlessly examined milestones of the twentieth century. Widely regarded as the cradle of the social revolution, the Haight grew from a small neighborhood in San Francisco to a worldwide phenomenon—a concept that extended far beyond the boundaries of the intersection itself. Nearly fifty years later, the footprint of that era still reverberates in today's music, fashion, politics, literature and design.

Legendary photographer Jim Marshall visually chronicled the movement as perhaps no one else did. Armed with his trusted Leica M4 camera and allowed unlimited access to his subjects, Jim Marshall had an intimate and distinct style that made him one of the most celebrated photographers in the world and earned him the Grammy Trustees Award for his lifework.

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Mon, 10/06/2014
Re-imagined Jack and Jim Gallery at ACL Live

Launched by Jim Marshall Photography LLC with partners Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey and ACL Live in 2011,  the Jack and Jim Gallery is most comprehensive public display of Jim Marshall's photographs and memorabilia continuously on view. The exhibit was recently re-imagined by the Jim Marshall estate to bring viewers a whole new perspective into this timeless example of groundbreaking music photojournalism.

And if you're inspired to toast with Jack Daniel's, Jim liked his neat.

Thu, 09/04/2014
"The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution" Book Trailer

Official video trailer for Jim Marshall's book "The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution."

Wed, 08/06/2014
LOS ANGELES TIMES: Photosynthesis festival at Annenberg focuses on music,...

LOS ANGELES TIMES: Photosynthesis festival at Annenberg focuses on music, photography.

The late Jim Marshall is the subject of a Photosynthesis lecture by Amelia Davis, his former assistant and now the owner of his archive. Davis is publishing a new Marshall book, "The Haight: Love, Rock and Revolution," in October. "I want it to be accessible to future generations."

Jim Marshall with the Beatles
Tue, 08/05/2014
EXAMINER.COM: Register for free Photosynthesis photo and music festival

EXAMINER.COM: Register for free Photosynthesis photo and music festival.

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.

Mon, 07/21/2014
Limited-edition Prints from the Beatles' Final Concert


Five intimate photographs of The Beatles are available to the public for the first time to commemorate Paul McCartney's August 14 Candlestick Park performance.

San Francisco, CA–On August 29, 1966, The Beatles emerged from an armored truck onto the infield of San Francisco’s Candlestick Park to the deafening screams of thousands of fans. No one knew that it would be the last live Beatles performance together … ever.

A friend of the band, Jim Marshall was the only photographer allowed to take pictures of them at what became a historic event in music. Marshall’s shots chronicled the Beatles from their arrival at SFO, the backstage vibe and their walking across the field to the stage to their performing onstage, which are now available... more

Tue, 07/15/2014
Leica Hosts Three Collections at Photokina

Leica Camera AG presents the exhibition concept for photokina 2014. At this year’s photokina in Cologne from September 16 to September 21, Leica Camera AG will once again be presenting unique photo exhibitions and showcasing projects by internationally renowned photographers and prominent artists. The focus of this year’s exhibition concept for the Leica Galerie in Hall 1 at the Cologne exhibition centre is an impressive art photography from the world of music. The exhibitions will be curated by Karin Rehn-Kaufmann, director general of Leica Galerien International and Inas Fayed, editor-in-chief of Leica Fotografie International (LFI).

The exhibition builds a bridge between two worlds that enrich and enhance each other: both music and photography communicate without words. In its own way, each appeals to the senses, awakens emotions and transports us to states of euphoria,... more