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Peace symbol

On exhibit at the San Francisco Art Exchange, Jim Marshall's stunning black-and-white photographic studies of the peace sign, a symbol embraced by the counterculture movement, which remains relevant as the universal message of free speech, opposition to war, nuclear disarmament, and hope. These limited-edition prints are from the critically acclaimed book, Peace (Reel Art Press), which features a foreword by artist Shepard Fairey, text by music writer Peter Doggett, and an afterword by singer, peace-activist, and longtime friend of Jim Marshall, Joan Baez.

Peace symbol

We invite you to the first West Coast exhibition and book launch of PEACE, Jim Marshall's stunning black-and-white photographic studies of the peace sign, a symbol embraced by the counterculture movement, which remains relevant as the universal message of free speech, opposition to war, nuclear disarmament, and hope.

Opening Reception
Friday, October 20, from  6:30 to 8pm
With talk & book-signing by Jim Marshall Photography LLC owner Amelia Davis
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Images of Johnny, Cash, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison are among the featured photographs. Check out http://www.sfae.com/mailings/albumphotos/index.html for more information.

Selected album covers featuring Jim Marshall's photography, from the show this June and July at the San Francisco Art Exchange.

Keith Richard and Mick Jagger, at recording studio for Exile on Main Street, Los_Angeles, 1972

Summer 2012 GALLERY EXHIBIT in San Francisco.

The San Francisco Art Exchange (SFAE) hosted an exciting exhibit of Jim Marshall's Rolling Stones images, focusing on shots taken while Jim was on assignment for LIFE in 1972.

Demonstrating his trademark "All Access" style, Jim captured the group both in the studio, while they put the finishing touches on their landmark double album "Exile on Main Street," and onstage, with incredible performance shots during the West Coast leg of their blockbuster U.S. Tour that summer.