BAM Magazine: review of "The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution"
In his new book, THE HAIGHT: Love, Rock and Revolution, legendary photojournalist Jim Marshall chronicled San Francisco’s counterculture movement with amazing detail.
MARIN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL: Famed rock photographer Jim Marshall's images of Haight-Ashbury live on in new book
The New York Times said Jim Marshall's images of rock stars in the 1960s and 1970s "helped define their subjects as well as rock 'n' roll photography itself." And Annie Liebowitz, who has shot her share of rock photos for Rolling Stone, deferred to Marshall as "the rock 'n'... read more
CNN NEWS: Rock photographer Jim Marshall pictures 'the Haight' with love.
"The Haight" showcases pictures Jim Marshall took from about 1965 to 1968, when Haight–Ashbury went from a quietly run-down fringe area to the most famous neighborhood in America: Hippie Central. Many of these photographs have become iconic, but even more—such as those from the book "The Haight"—have rarely been... read more
SOMA Magazine: A Tribute to an Iconic Image Maker, Jim Marshall
When the world lost Jim Marshall in 2010, a part of history died—a part that lived on thorough the immortalized imagery of the artist’s subjects, many of whom served as the voices of a generation.
From CBS News, Cate Cauguiran reports on The Haight, featuring photos by legendary photographer Jim Marshall.
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CBS NEWS: A Collection Of Never-Before-Seen Photos By Jim Marshall Released.
A collection of never before seen photographs taken by the legendary Jim Marshall in the 1960’s was released Tuesday. Marshall got up close and personal with artists like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and the Beatles.
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... read more
ABC NEWS.com: 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... read more
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... read more
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.