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As the summer heats up, the final days of  "Jim Marshall's 1967" at San Francisco City Hall draws to a close. The free exhibit  features a trove of photographs taken by Marshall that capture the vitality of the neighborhood and the multiple scenes and movements that called the Haight and San Francisco their home. Don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime event!

THE LAST DAY TO VIEW THIS EXHIBIT IS JUNE 23, 2017!

From hoodline.com:

The amazing legacy of photographer Jim Marshall is explored in a special public event on Monday, June 12.  “Wrangling the Brilliant and Notorious Legacy of Jim Marshall,”  focuses on the bands and the visual chronicler who brought the counterculture movement to the forefront during the Summer of Love.

Jim Marshall's 1967 Grammy Exhibit

You're invited!

If you'll be in the LA area this March 10, don't miss the Grammy Museum's opening celebration of the exhibit Jim Marshall's 1967, which features Jim's glorious photography chronicling the Summer of Love. The evening includes a Q&A with exhibition co-curators Amelia Davis of the Jim Marshall Estate and Meg Shiffler of The San Francisco Arts Commission, and San Francisco-based music critic and author Joel Selvin.

Jimi Hendrix, Summer of Love, at the Panhandle

The GRAMMY Museum® will celebrate one of the most pivotal years in music — and the photographer who captured it — with a special limited showing of Jim Marshall's 1967. Organized by The San Francisco Arts Commission in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of San Francisco's Summer of Love, the exhibition will feature a selection of 60 images from the thousands Jim Marshall took while he documented history in the making.

Jimi Hendrix, Summer of Love, at the Panhandle

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

GRAMMY MUSEUM® TO SHOW ICONIC SUMMER OF LOVE-ERA PHOTOGRAPHS BY LEGENDARY ROCK PHOTOGRAPHER JIM MARSHALL

LOS ANGELES (Jan. 26, 2017) — The GRAMMY Museum® will celebrate one of the most pivotal years in music — and the photographer who captured it — with a special limited showing of Jim Marshall's 1967. Organized by The San Francisco Arts Commission in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of San Francisco's Summer of Love, the exhibition will feature a selection of 60 images from the thousands Jim Marshall took while he documented history in the making. This special exhibition will be on display through May 14, 2017.

Jimi Hendrix, Summer of Love, at the Panhandle

The San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries presents Jim Marshall's 1967, part of a citywide celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love. The exhibition features a trove of photographs taken by Marshall that capture the vitality of the neighborhood and the multiple scenes and movements that called the Haight and San Francisco their home. The exhibit features a selection of 80 images from the thousands Marshall took in one fast-paced calendar year.